Parkinson Research Foundation PRF Encourages Patients To Attend Upcoming Cruise In January 2012
The Parkinson Research Foundation (PRF) developed an educational cruise program to help Parkinson patients, caregivers and their loved ones learn about Parkinson’s and connect with fellow patients from across the world. Each PRF cruise boasts a unique faculty of movement disorder specialists, giving cruisers unrivaled access to prominent experts in the Parkinson field.
After three successful patient cruises, PRF has earned a precious asset – the endorsement of a Wellsphere-certified Top Health Blogger, Kate Kelsall. Ms. Kelsall is celebrated throughout the PD community for her unapologetic candor when writing about Parkinson’s. Updated regularly, her blog provides an endless source of information about PD and a personal perspective on the disease.
She recently posted an entry on her blog debunking cruise concerns often cited by Parkinson’s patients. A past PRF cruiser, Ms. Kelsall will join PRF once again for the upcoming cruise in January 2012.
Ms. Kelsall wrote: “Cruises have now become an appealing vacation option for my husband and me. After cruising on two of the Parkinson Research Foundation’s educational cruises, my husband and I found the seminars and classes to be informative and practical, particularly Mary Spremulli's Voice Aerobics program with useful tips that can be implemented in everyday life.”
The January 2012 cruise program will have a “1950’s” theme, complete with sock hop dance parties and costume karaoke events. The educational program on board will include presentations by prominent Parkinson’s disease physicians and clinicians, including Dr. Juan Sanchez-Ramos, Mary Spremulli, Dr. Kathleen Clarence-Smith, Bill Guthrie, Eman Nakshabendi, Dr. Thomas Chase, etc. Patients, caregivers and loved ones can participate in support group meetings, exercise classes and wellness seminars.
To read Kate Kelsall’s entire post about conquering cruise phobias and crusing with PRF, visit http://katekelsall.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/07/conquering-cruise-phobias.html
For more information about PRF and the PRF Educational Cruise Program, contact Lynne Henry by phone at (941) 870-4438 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.parkinsonresearchfoundation.org.
The Parkinson Research Foundation (PRF) is a nonprofit health organization providing Parkinson’s patients with access to research, education, information and advocacy. PRF distinguishes itself from other Parkinson organizations by focusing on education and awareness, not only for patients, but also for their families and caregivers. PRF explores a variety of issues affecting the care and treatment of Parkinson’s disease, with a goal of bringing new advances in treatment to the forefront, making this knowledge available through seminars and conferences. The money raised by PRF funds research, information programs, and advocacy/awareness efforts that will support the over one million people with Parkinson's disease in communities across America.
For more information, please visit PRF online at: www.parkinsonresearchfoundation.org
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8586 Potter Park Drive
Sarasota, Fl 34238
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