7th Annual Parkinson Disease Symposium

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7th Annual Parkinson Disease Symposium

Time: October 3, 2015 from 8am to 2:30pm
Location: McKenna Event center
Street: 818 W San Antonio Street
City/Town: New Braunfels
Phone: 512-757-1761
Event Type: pd, symposium
Organized By: Tommy Dubuque
Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2015

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Event Description

LONE STAR PARKINSON SOCIETY

with
        Comal County Parkinson Support Group
 Presents

The SEVENTH

ANNUAL PARKINSON DISEASE SYMPOSIUM

SATURDAY   OCTOBER 3, 2015
    9:00 to 2:30
(Doors Open at 8:00am)
     McKenna Event Center
     801 W. San Antonio St
    New Braunfels, Texas

Israel Robledo…State PAN Director
         How to be an advocate for your PD

  Kathryn Hayes…Speech Pathologist

 Parkinson Disease and Speech Problems
       Dr.Maria DeLeon…Neurologist, PWP, Author
    Parkinson Disease and Depression Specifically DBS and Depression
    Jo Bidwell…Southwest Parkinson’s Society
PWP’s and Relationships

Lunch Will Be Provided

                                                     Please RSVP
             tommydubuque@yahoo.com  (830) 302-7265  (512)757-1761

Gretchen…gammygold@att.net

   AS ALWAYS THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR ATTENDING

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What's Happening

As soon as group meetings are approved and safe in Texas to resume, each support group will decide when they will continue their monthly meetings. Meanwhile keep in touch with your group partners, a phone call, text, email or even a card sent through the USPS will be so welcomed. Just think how you would feel if someone reached out to you.

Follow all safety precautions, stay home as much as you can and wash your hands often.

Stay Safe until we meet again,

Elaine Bennett

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