Upcoming Events

Bar Brawl Charity Video Night

Tuesday, October 28
7:00-9:00pm
Industry Video Bar
3700 Broadway
Kansas City MO 64111

Sign-up a team of 4-6 for $50 at the door

Join us for a "FUN"draiser benefiting the Parkinson Foundation Heartland. Teams of 4-6 players will play interactive trivia, and compete for First, Second and Third Place. There will be prizes for the top three teams.

Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Six Week Program

Begins Tuesday, October 28
1:30-2:30pm

Facilitated by Shepherd Center Central of Kansas City.
Attend one class or all.
More info.

What You Need to Know When Caring for People with Parkinson's

Saturday, November 8
8:00am-1:00pm
Stowers Institute
1000 E 50th St
Kansas City MO 64110

Cost: $60 – registration required
More info

Save the Date!
Thank You Caregivers Luncheon

Thursday, November 13
7:00-9:00pm
Location TBD

Upcoming Webinars

FREE WEBINAR:
Practical Pointers: Caring for Someone with Parkinson's

Thursday, November 13
Noon-1pm

Learn effective strategies to make life easier for you and your loved one. Presenter: Lisa Mann, RN, BSN, MA
Register here.

ARCHIVED WEBINARS:

Past webinars are available in the archives approximately one week after the scheduled event.

We recommend using Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer browsers (but not Chrome) to view the archives.
Access recent webinars here.

Dance for Parkinson's

Mondays
11am-12pm
NPF Heartland Office

Please note, we are now holding Dance for Parkinson's classes at the NPF Heartland office. Join us for Dance for Parkinson's, modeled after a national dance program designed to empower participants to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative!

For more information about the class, please click here.

Forever Young Choir

Mondays, 2-3pm
Landon Center on Aging

3599 Rainbow Blvd. (2nd floor)
Kansas City, KS 66160

Forever Young is a senior rock ensemble inspired by the documentary Young@Heart. Unlike many traditional senior choirs, Forever Young learns contemporary and classic rock songs that are unfamiliar to many members.Forever Young assists choir members in bridging the generation gap through music.

The program breaks for the summer and commences, again, the first Monday after Labor Day for two semesters. For more information about the class, please contact Myra Hyatt, Forever Young Coordinator, at 913.588.2365.

Videos

Do you wonder where your donations are going? Watch this video made by the National Parkinson Foundation Heartland.