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Community Lecture Series

Part of the mission of PFNCA is to improve the quality of life for PD patients and their families. One way this is done is through the Community Lecture Series. Every month in Maryland and Virginia, PFNCA holds a free community lecture. These lectures feature a variety of speakers, from therapists, people with Parkinson’s disease and doctors, to staff members from organizations that deal with PD and PWPs, such as PAN and PFNCA. This lecture forum allows for asking questions and discussing the topic of the evening.

In the past speakers have come from the National Institute of Health, Johns Hopkins University, George Washington University Hospital, Parkinson’s Action Network and the National Agency on Aging, in addition to many other places.

Click here to view the speakers' biographies and their power point presentations

Click here to view the videos of the past presentations

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The Virginia Community Lecture Series

The Virginia lecture is held the second Wednesday of every month at "the Virginian". Doors open at 6:30 pm and the program begins at 7 pm.

9229 Arlington Boulevard, Fairfax VA 22031

For specific dates, speakers and their topics, please see below:.

August
No Lecture Series in August.

September 10, 2014
Speaker:
Terence McCormally, MD
Topic: Program of
All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE
  )

October 8, 2014
Speaker: TBA
Topic:TBA

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The Maryland Community Lecture Series

The Maryland Community Lecture Series, also known as the MD/DC Parkinson Network, is held the third Tuesday every month at St. Mark Presbyterian Church. Doors open at 7 pm and the program begins at 7:30 pm.

10701 Old Georgetown Road North Bethesda MD 20852

For specific dates, speakers and their topics, please see below:

August
No Lecture Series in August.

September 16, 2014
Speaker: Dr. Linda Sigmund
Topic: What you need to know when you hospitalized?

October 21, 2014
Speaker:
David Cox, Massage Therapist
Topic: Benefits of the Massage for Older Adults

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