Posts Tagged Parkinson’s disease

2019 ASHA Convention

Join us at the ASHA Convention! Talk to LSVT Experts, take advantage of 25% discounts, hear our latest research and clinical updates!

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The Movement Disorders Center’s 6th Annual Parkinson Disease Symposium

6th Annual Parkinson Disease Symposium An educational conference about Parkinson’s disease covering topics such as medications, nutrition, exercise, research, advanced treatments, and many more. Where University of Colorado Hospital, Bruce Schroffel Conference Center, 12605 E 16th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045 View a map of the conference center and parking. Who Patients, families, and caregivers affected by Parkinson’s disease. Cost & Registration This event is FREE and open to the public, but registration is now closed. For more information, additional questions, or to request hard copies of our Save the Date, please contact Nicole Leith at 303-724-8984.

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Istanbul, Turkey – LSVT LOUD Training and Certification

LSVT LOUD is coming to Istanbul, Turkey! Read on to find out all the details.

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Abu Dhabi, UAE – LSVT LOUD Training and Certification

LSVT LOUD is coming to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates for the FIRST time ever! Read on to find out all the details.

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“LSVT BIG is my miracle!”

LSVT BIG is my miracle! I know now that just as I take my medications on a regular basis, I need to continue with LSVT BIG! I must keep exercising; it is my other new medicine! This is the only way to look at it.

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Cherry Hill, NJ – LSVT BIG Educational Seminar

The LSVT BIG Educational Seminar is coming to Cherry Hill, New Jersey! Read on to find out all the details.

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“I’m getting better all the time!”

When I was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease three years ago, my family had noticed a tremor in my right hand and changes in the way that I walked.  I did not, however, notice any changes in my voice. What I did notice more and more, is how often my husband asked me to repeat myself!  I was convinced he was going deaf. 

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“I have grown in confidence”

My name is Kevin, and I have been the headmaster of a large co-ed primary school in Zimbabwe for the past thirty years, ten of which I have had Parkinson’s. In February of 2017, I had Deep Brain Stimulation, and one of the side effects of this was that my speech became slurred and soft. My daughter, who is a speech and language pathologist, recommended that I have LSVT LOUD.

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