ONCO Fermentations brewed Knockout Round Three for us and will host a Release Event on Sunday, October 1st from 12-3pm at ONCO Fermentations in Tully. Enjoy live music, raffles, 50/50 and more! Thanks to ONCO Fermentations for their very generous support – Erin and Brian (and Corrine and Barb) you are part of our family forever.
No registration - just stop in!
Join us for the 11th Annual “Living an Active Life with Parkinson’s Disease” conference. Seating is limited for this free event and lunch is included so participants MUST register.
Please note we are in a new location this year – Embassy Suites next to Destiny – 311 Hiawatha Blvd West, Syracuse, NY 13204
8:30 Community Resource Session – visit our many local exhibitors
9:15 Susan Kennedy • Welcome
9:20 Joanne Spoto Decker – Onondaga County Office of the Aging
9:30 Dr. Dragos Mihaila
10:00 Exercise – Liz Horton, PT, LSVT BIG Instructor, Engage PT
10:15 Dr. Kaushal Nanavati – Upstate Medical University Family & Preventative Medicine
10:45 Community Resource Session – visit our many local exhibitors
11:30 Dr. Duarte Machado – Hartford Healthcare Neurology Department
12:00 Lunch and Community Resources
12:45 Dr. Frank Middleton – Upstate Medical University Professor of Neuroscience & Physiology
1:15 Exercise – Julie Lombardi, PT, DPT Upstate Medical University
1:30 Jill Weldum, LMFT, CCPT Alkira Marriage & Family Therapy
2:00 Patrick VanBeveren • Goodbye
Advancing PD may bring the need for more planning to best address your care needs. In this session experts will discuss helpful tips on preparing for your future and making decisions regarding advanced care and treatments as a veteran living with Parkinson’s.
Speaker: Emily Hall, LCSW, Southeast PADRECC Senior Social Worker, Central Virginia VA Healthcare System
Refreshments will be available – please register to attend.
A program designed to support and educate care partners of those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and dementia. This program will help care partners feel more connected and supported, while providing education and rejuvenation. We are partnering with the Onondaga County Department of Aging, MS Resources of CNY, the Alzheimer’s Association, local care managers, homecare agencies and adult day programs to educate our participants on local resources they can access support themselves and their partners. This is a free program that will include lunch so participants MUST register to attend this event.