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Life is a Highway: The Driving Adventures of Carol and Lulu

Carol Patterson in the driver seat of her car, Lulu

For many, driving represents personal freedom, control, and independence. Retaining the ability to drive is a significant concern of many people newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s, but many continue to drive safely long after diagnosis. For Carol Patterson, driving and motorsports are passions she still enjoys, despite living with Parkinson’s for about 35 years and being … Read more

Parkinson Canada’s Advocacy Roundtable Wrap Up

Participants of the virtual Roundtable kick-off

With more than 100,000 Canadians living with Parkinson’s and many more touched by the disease having known a loved one, friend or co-worker diagnosed, the need to hear from those affected is critical. We are pleased to share some details of our Parkinson Canada Advocacy Roundtable meetings where we heard from more than 150 community … Read more

Leaving a Legacy With Charitable Impact

Julie Cafley and her family

As some provinces celebrate Make a Will month, it’s a good time to note that it’s never too early to start estate planning. Experts say it’s a good idea to update your will after any significant life event, such as a birth, divorce, death or change to your financial status. Without estate planning, you will … Read more