About APDA Connecticut Join our Community About the APDA Connecticut Chapter “Thriving” with Parkinson’s Disease! Board member Stefan at work. He has Young Onset PD. Cutting PD off at the knees! Thriving-every day! Congratulations, to The Fresh River Recreation Team! Michael Hamilton, Jeanie Yong, Maria Cianciolo, Director of Recreation, Lauren Attenello & Beth Biagetti. They have all received the certificate of completion of the Parkinson’s Disease Training for Fitness, Health & Wellness Professionals. This highly specialized training program is sponsored by APDA. A Special Thank you to all that participated in the Westport Walk! Though it was cloudy, it didn’t damper our spirit! Check-out more photos on our Facebook page http://facebook.com/apdact Gathering before the Walk! Warming up! 1-2-3 Go! The Connecticut Chapter seeks to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease and the issues that are important to the Parkinson’s community. The Chore Service staff members have recently attended an In-Service for Parkinson’s Disease. Thank you for your participation! Center For Hospice Care – Norwich. Volunteers attended a Parkinson’s In-Service recently. Ellington Group – Bud enjoys LSVT Big therapy with Kim Wanegar-Nation, PT. Rulanda Simao, Stephanie Brennan, Heather Bale and James Christofori Fresh River Healthcare A “new” American Parkinson Disease Association Support Group! Meetings will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of the Month at 1:30 pm 96 Prospect Hill Road, East Windsor Please call 860-623-9846 for more information. Board Officers President – Ivan Johnson Secretary – Erika P. Forte Treasurer – Tanya Spurlin Board of Directors Cristina Colon-Semenza Maria Moro-de-Casillas, M.D. Duarte G. Machado, M.D. Michelle Dagostine, MD Erika Austin Stefan McKosky Lauren Erardi Solomon Yi Brenda Kurns TJ Goldberg Information & Referral Center J. Antonelle de Marcaida, M.D., Medical Director APDA CT Chapter Program Coordinator Marlane Argianas Yellow Dot Program in Connecticut The National TRIAD initiative affixes a yellow dot in the car’s rear window to alert emergency response personnel to senior drivers’ and passengers’ medical information stored in the vehicle. Register at Stonington Human Services. Please bring all current medical information when registering; photos will be taken on site. Information cards are also utilized to alert emergency personnel of the injured senior’s family members whose care may be dependent upon the senior, such as a homebound spouse. Call (860) 535-5015 for an appointment. Sponsored by Stonington Police Department and Stonington TRIAD.