Terri

“If you don’t ask, it won’t happen but ask and look what can happen!!” Diagnosed at 64 I first diagnosed myself with P.D. – mainly because my husband said something […]

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John

Inspiring Speaker Diagnosed at 41 As a person with Parkinson’s I am an inspiring success speaker. Not a Speaker with Parkinson’s disease (though I have had to live with it for […]

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Paola

Making Dreams Into Reality Diagnosed at 15 I understand my Parkinson’s is considered Juvenile Parkinsonism* because I was diagnosed when I was a little girl, but now I am a […]

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Morgan

Handling the Curve Balls Diagnosed at 16 I was diagnosed with Juvenile Parkinsonism at 16 after two years of doctor visits, tests and scary misdiagnoses. I remember being perfectly healthy, […]

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Michael

One Day at a Time Diagnosed at 41 Over the course of a few years, I started to realize that I was falling into walls, had problems swallowing and smelling, […]

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Mary Jo

Diagnosed at 79 My mother is 94 years old. She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s when she was 78 years old. She is currently taking Stalevo 100 mg every 2 1/2 hours […]

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Eric

  Diagnosed at 40 I lived in Baltimore until I joined the USMC at 18 and traveled the world. I got out in 1992. My son was born in 1994. From […]

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Mary Huston

  Diagnosed at 54 Several years after my diagnosis I would Try my Hand at Water Color painting The result – Painting Brings me to my Knees (And this had absolutely […]

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Lou

Diagnosed at 71 I have been married 64 years and have 3 children. I retired at 62, and have been a year member of the Elks for 35 years. I have […]

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Lori

  Diagnosed at 45 I am an accomplished vocalist, composer and arranger, and have performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America.  My voice has been heard in households across […]

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