As a caregiver, you are providing a valued and invaluable service to your loved one. You didn’t ask for it, but suddenly or gradually, here you are.

Tools for Care Partners:
• Keep it upbeat. Be optimistic, keep it fun and don’t dwell in the negative.
• Care. You can’t always give, but you should always strive to care.
• Time. Take time for yourself. Get enough rest.
• Time out. Take a time out when you become frustrated or angry. Resist the temptation to say something you will regret. Keep your dialogue positive and constructive.
• Calendar. Aid with planning and scheduling. Post the calendar in an obvious place.
• Advocate. Study, research, and ask questions. Knowledge is power.
• Communicate. Keep the communication lines open with your loved one and the full medical/support team.
• Ride share. Caregivers must assist in organizing rides whenever feasible.
• Enable. Continue to encourage self-reliance and independence.
• Exercise. You both need it every day – whether together or apart.

Learn more about living well for Care Partners.


As one of the goals of LSPS 2017 Denim & Diamond Gala Benefit, Lone Star Parkinson Society is proud to announce a boxing program for People with Parkinson’s in New Braunfels.  More Than Boxing will start Monday March 12, 2018.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

More Than Boxing on NEVER GIVE UP *** NEVER BACK DOWN Thursday afternoon
Steve Payne and Crew


NPF “Aware in Care” program and free kit

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) recently launched a national program, Aware in Care, which aims to help people with Parkinson’s disease get the best care possible during a hospital stay.  In conjunction, NPF developed a free Aware in Care kit with tools and information to share with hospital staff during a planned or emergency hospital stay.


Visit the SA Moves News “online library regularly for the latest educational news, Journals, articles and information on Parkinson’s, Essential Tremor and the various movement disorders. The information has been reviewed by SA Moves medical directors and is ready for you to study.



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Comment by sebennett on March 5, 2018 at 11:41am

Great Program, besides boxing program includes  Warm up, Flexibility & mobility work, Strength training, Boxing training, Boxing workout (non contact only),Vocalization emphasis, Conditioning and Fun, fun, fun!

Comment by Tommy Dubuque on October 16, 2016 at 9:44pm

THANK YOU LOFTIN EQUIPMENT COMPANY especially Brent and Darryn.  You guys are awesome.  A great turnout in people and in cars.  Good Food, Awesome prizes, ya'll rocked on Saturday.  Thank you for supporting a great cause.   All of us at LSPS are very grateful for all of your hard work and energy, and I can not forget TJ.   She made us feel like we were part of Loftin's family.    Super day

Comment by sebennett on October 16, 2016 at 4:55pm

 A good time was had by all yesterday at the Loftin Equipment Co. Car Show in Universal City, Tx.

Comment by Tommy Dubuque on September 1, 2016 at 11:40am

LOFTIN Equipment Company Benefit Care show is our very own Darryn Wright's brainchild.  With the help and support of his incredible boss and LOFTIN Equipment Company Darryn's idea will become a reality.   Everyone make sure you attend this fantastic event for an extremly worthy cause.
A BIG THANK YOU and a TIP of the old hat to Darryn, his boss and to LOFTIN Equipment Company

Comment by Larry G Bennett on July 23, 2016 at 12:16am

Happy Anniversary to the CCPSG. Have a good meeting Saturday!

Comment by Tommy Dubuque on June 26, 2016 at 12:13am

It is hard to elieve that 9 years ago next month we only had six people attend our very first meeting.   This morning June 25, 2016 we had 45 attendees.  God has been so good to our group

Comment by Tommy Dubuque on July 28, 2012 at 8:50pm

Today(Saturady July 28,2012) CCPSG turned 5 years old.  On July 28, 2007 we had our first meeting with 6 attendees and Dr. Bill Davis was our speaker.   Today we had our regular speaker meeting with Dr Davis as our speaker.  We had 53 in attendance.  After Dr Davis spoke we had an old fashioned ice cream social with BlueBell ice cream.  Five years ago it was beyond my wildest imagination that CCPSG would ever grow as large and as strong as we are.  There is a really good possibility CCPSG is the largest and most active PD support group South of Austin, Texas.  Today we have over 300 people registered with CCPSG.  It has been a wonderfully amazing journey.  I have never met anyone at one of our meetings or functions that I would not be willing to invite into my kitchen and sit down and have coffee with them.  Everyone is a great joy and pleasure to know and call friend.  I want to thank everyone involved with CCPSG for such a terrific job.  We are truly here to "Help Ease the Burden" of PD.
Hugs n Love to everyone involved with CCPSG

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