More Than Movement: 21st Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium

. March 31, 2018.
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One in 100 people over the age of 60 in the United States are affected by Parkinson’s disease, and like other neurodegenerative diseases, no two cases are the same. If you or a loved one are effected by Parkinson’s disease, take some time to learn more about what you can do to improve the quality of life during the 21st Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium, presented by the Parkinson Foundation of Northwest Ohio. Hear from speakers, enjoy a lunch, and interact with vendors offering items that provide aid.

Space is limited. Pre-registration is required by Friday, April 16.
The program is free, but contributions of $10/person appreciated.

9am-2pm | Saturday, April 28
Parkway Place | 2592 Parkway Plaza, Maumee
800-438-5584 | pfnwo.org

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