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Allied Health Professionals Moments of Victory®

Share your Victory!

Angee Ludwa (center left), Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassador and Physical Therapist, with her exercise class.

Each month, we spotlight someone from our Parkinson’s community who personifies our philosophy of living well today – what we call Moments of Victory®.

Your story could be featured on our blog and Facebook page so others can learn from your experiences and victories.

How Do I Submit My Story?

Step 1. Please fill out the form below to share how your work helps people with Parkinson’s live well.

The stories that have the best chance of being published are inspirational but also very useful, practical and specific. We have many allied health professionals who read our blog, and they love to learn from and be inspired by others who are on a similar path.

Step 2. Email two photos that we can include with your story: one of you alone and one of you doing something that helps you live well as a Parkinson’s allied health professional. (Photos must be in .jpg or .png format. One must also be a high-resolution image that is a minimum of 600px wide by 400px tall (landscape orientation) so it can be used for the feature image.) Email them to us at blog@dpf.org.

STEP 1: Your Story

First and Last Name*

Location (City, State)*

Email Address*

Phone Number

How long have you been working with people with Parkinson's?*

What kind of work do you do?*

Why did you get into this work?*

What do you enjoy most about your job?*

What is something you wish all of your clients understood about the work you do? Or, what is the one action step you wish your clients would take every day as it relates to the work you do with them?*

What advice do you have for allied health professionals who are considering pursuing a similar path?*

Where can people find you?*

STEP 2: Don't forget to email us your photos!


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By submitting this form, you are agreeing that the Davis Phinney Foundation has the right to publish your story using your name and the images you include. The Davis Phinney Foundation reserves the right to edit and adapt your guest content for accuracy, relevancy and comprehensiveness. Please note that a submission does not guarantee publication on the Davis Phinney Foundation blog.