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It’s easy to understand why most of us take simple movements for granted. For people living with Parkinson’s Disease, however, movement becomes increasingly challenging as the disease progresses, most often accompanied by other symptoms such as tremors, stiffness and poor balance control. Approximately 1.5 million Americans suffer from this chronic, progressive disease affecting the nervous system. The median age of a Parkinson patient is 60, and with an increasingly aging population, the number of cases in Southwest Florida can be expected to rise.

seminarWith proper treatment, education and exercise, Parkinson patients can live well. The Hope Parkinson Program is a community resource dedicated to improving quality of life for patients living with Parkinson’s disease. We offer a full calendar of events and opportunities for patients and family members, including:

Call 800-859-0314 for information on how the Hope Parkinson Program can help you.