If you have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease within the last three years, we invite you to attend one of these educational workshops.
We keep the workshop small (12 people/6 couples) in order to customize it to the questions and concerns of the attendees.
The workshop is led by co-founder of the Parkinson Center at OHSU, Julie Carter, A.N.P., and a couple who have successfully lived with Parkinsons disease for over a decade. The workshop is held from 9:00am - 12:00pm.
The workshop allows you to:
Learn from experts in PD
Recieve answers to your questions and concerns about living with PD
Recieve support and resources specific to people and families living with PD
Fee: $20 per person, which covers a light breakfast and resource materials.
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Two weeks before your session, you will receive an email with a questionnaire for you to fill out to help us customize your workshop to your particular concerns.
Workshops fill up quickly, and your place is not guaranteed until you complete your registration.
For questions about the workshop:
For information about support groups:
Note: if you are looking to schedule an appointment:
Once you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email that asks you to fill out a questionnaire.
Once you have confirmed your registration, please complete the questionnaire and return it before your workshop. These questionnaires allow us to customize each workshop to the questions and concerns of the attendees for that day.
If you need help downloading this, or would like a copy mailed to you, please call 503-494-9054 or 503-494-7230.