Through our research-based exercise programs and education, we help people with Parkinson’s connect to their communities, creating happier, connected lives so that they can move positively forward, getting the most out of life.
This program is supported by a community grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation.
One of the most important lifestyle elements for people with Parkinson's is exercise. Benefits of this type of exercise are improved stability, increased mobility, and decreased pain and discomfort. In turn, these sequences help slow down the symptoms associated with Parkinson's. These exercises assist in improved quality of movement and function associated with activities of daily living.