Ann Arbor Senior Care Company Uses Parkinson's Awareness Month to Encourage Action
Right at Home of Ann Arbor, a senior care company serving Metro Detroit Michigan, is using National Parkinson's Awareness Month to encourage people to participate year-round in activities that help with understanding Parkinson’s disease and its effects. For more articles and Ann Arbor senior care tips, visit http://www.rightathome.net/washtenaw/blog/.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Run, Walk, Dance …
Movement is crucial in helping people better manage Parkinson’s disease,
a neurological disorder that afflicts roughly 1 million Americans. April is
Parkinson’s Awareness Month, a call for everyone to learn more about
and advocate for cutting-edge treatment and care for people with
Parkinson’s. April 11 is World Parkinson’s Day.
Fun and educational Moving Day®
events are planned in cities nationwide
with family-friendly walks, food, music, and an interactive Movement Pavilion
featuring yoga, dance, Tai Chi, and more. So what can you do to help beat
• Attend a Moving Day event
• Exercise with a family member or friend with Parkinson’s
• Volunteer for a local Parkinson’s chapter event
For information about Parkinson’s disease, Parkinson’s Awareness Month,
and Moving Day events, visit www.parkinson.org or call 1-800-4PD-INFO
Right at Home of Ann Arbor is a leading provider of in-home care and
assistance for seniors and disabled adults. Call (734) 971-5000 for a
complimentary assessment for home healthcare based on your particular
situation, or visit http://www.rightathome.net/washtenaw.