July 2016 Webinars About Parkinson’s

July 2016 Webinars About Parkinson’s

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You can participate in a web-based seminar — or webinar — from the privacy of your home.  Join either live or view the archived version within a few days of the live webinar (in most cases).  All webinars listed are free.

Here are webinars that may be of interest to those with Parkinson’s in July2016

What do you need to participate?  All you’ll need is an internet connection and a computer with speakers.  Or you can watch online and use your telephone for the audio portion of the program.

Why register?  We recommend you register in advance so that you’ll receive via email reminders about the webinar.  And you’ll receive email notification when the archived recording is available online.

Know of other Parkinson’s webinars with guest speakers that we haven’t listed? Please contact Steven Russell.

Wednesday, July 13th. 11:00 am-12:00 Noon, Pacific Time

“Freezing in PD: Tricky, Sticky Situations: I’m not cold, but my feet want to stick and my words won’t come out.”

Presenters: LSVT Expert Clinicians.

Program: Difficulties starting and stopping movement and speech, otherwise known as “freezing” is a common occurrence in Parkinson disease (PD). Freezing issues in PD can be frustrating, increase fall risk, and make communication difficult. Learn how LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD treatments specifically address freezing symptoms that can occur with speech, walking and other activities of daily living. The webinar will include a 45 minute presentation by our expert Clinicians followed by an opportunity to ask your freezing related questions live!


Hosted by LSVT Global.

Archived webinars


Thursday, July 21st. 9:00am-10:00am, Pacific Time

“Parkinson’s Pain and Fatigue.”

Presenters: Dave Iverson, Moderator

Additional presenters to be advised closer to the webinar date.

Program: In this webinar we will discuss pain and fatigue that are often part of life with Parkinson’s disease. Our panelists will discuss what we know about why these symptoms arise, how we manage them today and research toward new treatments.


Hosted by: the Michael J. Fox Foundation

Archived webinars