7 Ways We Change Lives
1. More people, including traditionally-underserved, are getting more therapy, education, and social supports.
2. Doctors at Penn and Jefferson are doing research that will improve Parkinson’s therapies.
3. More people who need home visits are getting them.
5. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is teaching painting, paper making, pottery and sculpture to people with Parkinson’s.
6. The University of Delaware is helping more patients get access to Movement Disorder Specialists via telehealth.
7. All over the region, people with Parkinson’s are dancing, practicing yoga, and even boxing, for the first time.