The Parkinson's E-News Update - June 24, 2022 Edition

Summer has officially begun and we are taking a break during July and August. The Parkinson's E-News Update will return in September.

Watch for our e-blasts throughout the summer to keep you updated on upcoming Parkinson's programs and events.

Webinar: Start your Day in a New Way Assistive Devices for Daily Living

PSSO Occupational Therapy students Samantha Lau and Karlee Pringle provide information and demonstrations on a variety

of assistive devices tailored specifically to the needs of individuals with Parkinson’s. 

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2022 Parkinson Golf Classic in Partnership with Rembrandt Homes

Our annual golf event on June 1 was a fantastic day of golf, fun and sun showers. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported this wonderful event!

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Music Training Promotes Better Beat Perception in Parkinson’s Patients Study

A new study out of Jessica Grahn’s music lab suggests music training may preserve certain rhythmic motor training abilities in early-stage Parkinson’s. 

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Simple Summer Recipe for People with Parkinson’s

US-based chef and author Zarela Martínez shared on a Parkinson’s Life podcast that her Parkinson’s diagnosis meant she had adopted a flexible approach to cooking and eating. She shares a summer recipe for shrimp salad that is a perfect meal option for warmer weather.


Raising Awareness: The LGBTQ+ Parkinson’s Community Needs Better Care

Neurologist Dr. Chi-Ying Roy Lin “Movement disorders is one of the least researched areas in the LGBTQ+ neuroscience field”.

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Join us on September 10 & 11 for Walk for Parkinson's

at a location near you

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Walk for Parkinson’s is an opportunity for the community to come together to support those impacted by Parkinson’s in Southwestern Ontario.

All funds raised stay LOCAL and support people in your own community.

COFFEE KLATCH - Every Monday @ 10:00 am


Coffee Klatch is a fun, relaxed group of people who get together for one hour a week to socialize, share stories and experiences, and support each other and have some laughs. 

Everyone is welcome!

Email for the link to join.


Have a question about Parkinson's?

Are you looking to join a Parkinson's program?

Need help finding information or accessing services in your local community?

Contact Mandy at 1-888-851-7376 (extension 204) or



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