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Webinars

Welcome to Our Live Well Today Webinar Series!

At the Davis Phinney Foundation, we strive to provide best-in-class education on a variety of topics that people can access from the comfort of their own home. That’s why we created the Live Well Webinar Series, which is presented by our partners Amneal and Kyowa Kirin. Below are the topics we’ve covered as well as those planned for the future. In order to access these sessions, simply click on the title or titles that most interest you and then complete the form. Also, if you enjoy these sessions, please share them with your friends, family and Parkinson’s community.

Live Well Today Webinar Series Presenting Partners*

  Upcoming Webinars

REGISTER NOW: YOPD Council Webinar Series
Thursdays beginning July 16 from 1-2 pm MDT (repeats the third Thursday of every month on a different topic)
(11 am Pacific, 1 pm Central, 2 pm Eastern)

REGISTER NOW: Stumbling Blocks and Steppingstones with Edie Anderson
Wednesday, July 22, at 12 pm MDT (60 minutes)
(11 am Pacific, 1 pm Central, 2 pm Eastern)

REGISTER NOW: Health Disparities and Parkinson’s: Understanding the Issue
Thursday, August 6, at 12 pm MDT (90 minutes)
(11 am PDT, 1 pm CDT, 2 pm EDT)

Adopting the Mind of a Dancer with David Leventhal
Tuesday, August 11, at 12 pm MDT (60 minutes)
(11 am Pacific, 1 pm Central, 2 pm Eastern)

Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis: The What, When, Why & How with Dr. Christopher Goetz
Thursday, August 27 at 1 pm MDT (60 minutes)
(12 pm Pacific, 2 pm Central, 3 pm Eastern)
 

Holistic/Supportive Care with Dr. Christopher Tarolli
Wednesday, September 16, at 1 pm MDT (60 minutes)
(12 pm Pacific, 2 pm Central, 3 pm Eastern)

Medication Management with Dr. Aaron Haug
Wednesday, October 7, at 2 pm MDT (60 minutes)
(1 pm Pacific, 3 pm Central, 4 pm Eastern)

Mental Wellness for Parkinson’s Care Partners with Elaine Book
Thursday, November 12, at 12 pm MST (60 minutes)
(11 am Pacific, 1 pm Central, 2 pm Eastern)

 


*While the generous support of our sponsors makes our educational programs available,
their donations do not influence Davis Phinney Foundation content, perspective, or speaker selection.