Parkinson’s in Kenya: Revealing the Untold Story Through the Film ‘Shaking Hands with the Devil’

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Embark on a transformative cinematic journey with LSVT Global as we present the stirring documentary, ‘Shaking Hands with the Devil.’ This 15-minute film, crafted by the talented team of David Plummer, Natasha Fothergill-Misbah, and Olz McCoy, fearlessly uncovers the harsh realities of stigmatization, marginalization, and persecution faced by individuals living with Parkinson’s in Kenya.

Event Highlights:

  • Exclusive Film Viewing: Immerse yourself in the emotional and impactful narrative of ‘Shaking Hands with the Devil,’ shedding light on the often-overlooked challenges of those living with Parkinson’s in Kenya.
  • Q&A Panel with Creators: Engage in a thought-provoking Q&A session with the creators themselves as they share their insights, experiences, and the creative process behind the documentary.
  • In-Depth Discussion: After the film, dive into a discussion exploring the film’s content, dissecting key themes, and unraveling the essential messages it conveys. Learn more about the team’s motivation, challenges faced during production, and the impact they hope to achieve.

This unique webinar provides an opportunity for learners to gain a deeper understanding of the struggles faced by those living with Parkinson’s in Kenya and the global implications of Parkinson’s stigmatization. By participating, you contribute to a collective dialogue that aims to break down barriers, foster empathy, and ignite positive change.

Intended Audience: Health professionals, individuals living with neurological conditions and their loved ones