Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana Inc
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
4912 Us Hwy 42 Ste 105 Louisville KY 40222 USA
We offer information and support after diagnosis.
As of June 2010, PSCKY is serving people with Parkinson's disease in over 45 counties in Kentucky and Southern Indiana with information, referrals, education, support groups, exercises groups, and--most importantly--hope. No one has to face Parkinson's disease alone!
People with Parkinson's disease (and their loved ones, friends and family members) in Kentucky and Indiana.
Geographic areas served:
Kentucky and Indiana
Support Groups, Seminars, Website, Newsletter and a Resource Library for patients and their familes
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When you first hear those words from your physician, "You have Parkinson's Disease", it can be stunning! I know myself, that when I received "the word", all I heard for the rest of the visit was a dull buzzing sound in my ears and flashes of what my life would become shooting through my brain.
Luckily, my wonderful wife was along for the diagnosis and she sprang into action almost immediately. She arranged for the two of us to meet with Adina at PSCKY, and it was such an informative and uplifting session that I agreed to attend the PD 101 session she was presenting. You cannot believe how prepared I left that session to fight the effects of PD, talk with my physician, medicate and exercise my way to a fuller life. Since those first sessions, we have participated in exercise classes, workshops on medications, and of course the yearly Symposium which puts just about everything a Parkinson's patient could or would need under one roof. I am sure that there are larger and better funded non-profit organizations, but when it comes to patient programs, caring and helpful staff, providing useful resources for someone who suffers the ravages of Parkinson's disease, PSCKY cannot be topped.
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