Why go to a Parkinson's Support Group? Dealing with a medical condition like Parkinson's Disease isn't easy. Support groups help people adjust to their circumstances. By sharing information with one another, people learn how others are coping.
Patients and family members usually find it very helpful to meet others who share the same disease and face the same challenges. Group discussions, augmented with talks by health care professionals, foster a greater understanding of Parkinson's. Topics discussed include exercise, medications, stress, nutrition, lifestyle modifications and related issues.
Knowledge is power, and support groups can help people gain power over Parkinson's. Join us!
WHERE: St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, Medical Office Building, St. Vincent's Confernece Room (Lower Level), 48 Route 25A, Smithtown, NY
RVSP is required for this meeting.
To register or for more information, please call (631) 862-3560.