Upcoming Events

13th Annual Helen Gold Walk

Saturday, September 13
8:00am
Fountains Shopping Center
6301 W 119th St
Overland Park, KS 66209

Benefiting Parkinson's Disease Research at the KU Parkinson's Disease Center.

Details and registration

Medicare/Medicaid/Disability
Sign-Up Presentation

Wednesday, September 24
3:30pm - 5:00pm
NPF Heartland Office
8900 State Line Rd, Suite 320
Leawood KS 66206

To register, email Brittany Harris at brittany@parkinsonheartland.org or call 913.341.8828

Panel presenters: Pam Brown, SHICK Education and Outreach  Specialist and Amy Hall, MA MIPPA Outreach Coordinator from Kansas Dept. for Ageing and Disability Services will provide information about Medicare/Medicaid enrollment and services/resources available to those already enrolled in the Medicare/Medicaid.

Upcoming Webinars

FREE WEBINAR:
Managing Cognitive & Behavioral Changes in Parkinson's

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Noon-1pm

Parkinson's can affect the way we think and act. Learn what's normal and what's not, and what to do about it.
Presenter: Gregory Pontone, MD
Register here.

 

Dance for Parkinson's

Mondays
11am-12pm
NPF Heartland Office

Please note, we are now holding Dance for Parkinson's classes at the NPF Heartland office. Join us for Dance for Parkinson's, modeled after a national dance program designed to empower participants to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative!

For more information about the class, please click here.

Forever Young Choir

Mondays, 10-11am
Landon Center on Aging
3599 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66160

Forever Young is a senior rock ensemble inspired by the documentary Young@Heart. Unlike many traditional senior choirs, Forever Young learns contemporary and classic rock songs that are unfamiliar to many members.Forever Young assists choir members in bridging the generation gap through music.

For more information about the class, please contact Myra Hyatt, Forever Young Coordinator, at 913.588.2365.

Videos

Do you wonder where your donations are going? Watch this video made by the National Parkinson Foundation Heartland.