Newly Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Workshop SESSION FULL

When
April 9, 2020
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where
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Do you have a recent Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis?

Shannon Anderson, a physician assistant and expert in Parkinson’s disease, and Pat and Dan Baker standing together in a posed photo
Shannon Anderson (right), a physician assistant and expert in Parkinson’s disease, and Pat and Dan Baker lead our workshop

Our Newly Diagnosed with Parkinson’s workshop can connect you with experts and other patients and caregivers. You’ll be able to:
 

  • Learn from experts on Parkinson’s
  • Get answers to your questions
  • Learn about support and resources

Who can attend: The workshops are designed for patients diagnosed within the past three years. Your partner/caregiver is welcome to attend.

Leader: Workshops are led by Shannon Anderson, a physician assistant with extensive knowledge on Parkinson’s disease. She is joined by Dan and Pat Baker, who have lived with Parkinson’s for more than a decade.

Cost: $20 a person covers materials and a light breakfast.

Format: We keep workshops small (about 10 participants/five couples) so we can tailor each session and address your specific questions and concerns.

Where and when: Sessions are on OHSU’s Marquam Hill Campus.  You will receive details after you register.

Registration for this session is full. Future sessions can be found on our Workshops page.

Visit our Parkinson’s Disease Video Library to watch presentations from previous educational events.