There will be no choir with Roy Barber on December 17, 2014. The program will be resumed on January 7, 2015
There will be no Exercise with Kim Brooks at Vantage House in Columbia on Tuesdays December 16th and 23rd, 2014. The program will be resumed on January 6, 2015.
PFNCA Programs will be on break between December 22 - January 2nd. The programs will be back in sessions on January 2nd.
Inclement Weather Policy
PFNCA’s office will close when the Federal Government closes for inclement weather.
PFNCA programs follow the closure schedule for public schools in the jurisdiction where the program takes place regarding inclement weather. For example, if the program is held in Fairfax County, Virginia and Fairfax County schools are cancelled for inclement weather, then the PFNCA program is cancelled for inclement weather. Below is a list of PFNCA program locations and the corresponding school systems:
Alexandria: Alexandria City Public Schools
Arlington: Arlington County Public Schools
Fairfax: Fairfax County Public Schools
Leesburg: Loudon County Public Schools
Sterling: Loudon County Public Schools
Bethesda: Montgomery County Public Schools
Bowie: Prince Georges County Public Schools
Columbia: Howard County Public Schools
Gaithersburg: Montgomery County Public Schools
Lutherville: Baltimore County Public Schools
Rockville: Montgomery County Public Schools
Silver Spring: Montgomery County Public Schools
Timonium: Baltimore County Public Schools
Washington, D.C: District of Columbia Public Schools
Introducing PFNCA's Kids Club
PFNCA’s PD Kids Club is designed for children ages eight to fourteen who have loved ones impacted by Parkinson’s Disease. Club members will receive a periodic newsletter that explains about Parkinson’s Disease and that is written in an age appropriate manner. There is no cost to be a member of the club. To enroll in the PFNCA Kids Club, please complete and return this form.
Aware in Care Kits Available
The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) has launched a nation-wide program, Aware in Care, which aims to help people with Parkinson’s disease get the best care possible during a hospital stay. Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area in partnership with NPF has inventory of the kits to be delivered to the local service area.
To protect, prepare and empower people with Parkinson’s before, during and after a hospital visit, NPF has developed a free Aware in Care kit with tools and information to share with hospital staff during a planned or emergency hospital stay.
Click here to learn more, or call 703-734-1017