Central Coast Parkinson Support Group
Jack Brill, President
What is a Parkinson Support Group?
A support group offers information through newsletters, booklets and informed speakers on Parkinson Disease (PD). At our meetings we share the latest information and learn the way others have coped so that we can make our lives better.
Having Parkinson Disease is not just the condition of the person diagnosed with the disease. It becomes the condition of family, friends and co-workers. It encompasses a wide variety of physical and emotional changes that are not easy life style adjustments. A support group relates to all of those involved.
We encourage optimism and hope by providing social contacts and sharing experiences for those with PD and their caregivers.
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