Connecting those in need
Our mission is to offer programs that empower those with Parkinson’s Disease and their Care Partners to be proactive in managing their day-to-day lives, working to delay progression and committing to living well with Parkinson’s. Our shared experiences and triumphs drive everything we do, and strengthen our resolve to spread the message… “You may have Parkinson’s, but Parkinson’s does not have you.”
Thank you for visiting our website. Click the links on the right to view our latest News Letter, learn more about our classes, and don’t miss our Speaker Meetings! Visit the Artist’s Among Us Art Gallery, and read about News and Events, and How You Can Help. For links to helpful websites, visit the Local Resources page.
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Progress & Possibilities
Dr. Giselle Petzinger ~ USC Movement Disorders Specials – Presenting research on the underlying mechanisms, especially different forms of exercise and the modulating and repair of brain circuitry.
Dr. William Pace ~ Cottage Hospital’s Nuclear Radiologist – presenting current techniques and advances in Molecular Imaging for Parkinson’s and other Tremor Disorders.
Creating new expectations for your Parkinson’s care
150 North Kellogg Ave., Santa Barbara, CA
Check-in at 9am / Program 10 am – 2:30 pm
Morning pastries, coffee, beverages and light lunch provided
Space is limited ~ Register early
An Anonymous Donor
PASB Schedule of Upcoming Events
February Speaker Meeting
Tuesday, February 16th
Dr. Sarah Kempe-Mehl and Judi Shor, Pharm.D.
will continue the discussion on
“The ABC’s of Medication Management”
2:15 pm. Free. Reservations not required.
St. Andrews Church, 4575 Auhay Drive, Santa Barbara
Good to know…
Thank YOU! We would like to thank all of you who have generously donated to PASB, which enables us to continue to offer classes, educational meetings and support to our Parkinson community.
Living With Parkinsons
This short documentary co-produced by Michael J. Fox provides a glimpse into the daily realties of living with Parkinson’s disease.
“Overcoming” is a short film from Anna Mayer Studios that looks at the incredible journey of perseverance and hope of a talented dog photographer. Barbara Breitsameter is an award winning dog photographer who’s career almost ended when she was diagnosed with Parkinsons disease. She was determined to find a way to overcome her disease and still take wonderful dog photographs. The ability to Improvise, Adapt and Overcome is something I learned in the Marine Corps and I’m glad to see that Barbara learned it as well so she can continue to share her photos with the world.” To see more by Anna Mayer visit Little Studio Creative” where “Little Studio Creative” links to littlestudiocreative.com.
RailRoad Days ~ Gary Siegel, Model RailRoad Master
Climb aboard and watch Gary Siegel’s G Scale backyard model train layout!
Watch the trains run through rolling hills filled with miniature trees and villages at the Annual RailRoad Days Fundraiser on June 7th and 8th!
Parkinson's Disease: A Guide for Patients and Families
Actor and Parkinson’s patient Michael J. Fox provides an inside perspective in the American Academy of Neurology and American Brain Foundation’s latest patient education video, “Parkinson’s Disease: A Guide for Patients and Families”.
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Visit the National Parkinson Foundation Website: There are 5 pages (the most visited) on the NPF website that are translated to Spanish at this link: http://parkinson.org/Parkinson-s-Disease/Recursos-en-Espanol Also, here at this link is a free Spanish webinar about Parkinson’s: http://event.netbriefings.com/event/npf/Live/navigating/register.html
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