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ParkinsonLink: January 2010

Happy New Year!  Because of your generosity, PDF is offering several exciting programs in 2011.  Get involved in this month’s activities, including a PD ExpertBriefing on physical therapy. 

Join a Physical Therapy Online Seminar on Tuesday, January 25

Can exercise and physical therapy help you or your loved one?  Find out by joining us online or by phone for, “Physical Therapy and Parkinson’s: What You Need to Know.”  This one-hour PD ExpertBriefing will be led by Heather Cianci, P.T., M.S., G.C.S., of Dan Aaron Parkinson's Rehabilitation Center - Good Shepherd Penn Partners, in Pennsylvania.  

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Submit a Design to the T-Shirt Contest by Monday, January 31

Each year, April is designated as Parkinson’s Awareness Month.  This April, thousands of people could be wearing a t-shirt designed by you.  Check out our guidelines and enter PDF’s annual T-Shirt Design Contest.

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Apply to our Advisory Council by Monday, January 24

Do you want to help guide PDF in its work in the Parkinson’s community?  If so, then apply for a spot on our People with Parkinson's Advisory Council (PPAC).  People living with or affected by Parkinson’s are eligible to apply for one three-year term.

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