Parkinson’s support group announces March meeting

Press Release

The Brevard-Hendersonville Parkinson’s Support Group

The Brevard-Hendersonville Parkinson’s Support Group will meet Tuesday, March 11th at 10:00 in the fellowship hall at Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church, Main Street in Brevard. There will be time to fellowship with one another over light refreshments and Irish music provided by Gina Whaley at the piano. Patti Beggs, owner of Brevard’s Elements Spa, will be there to lead the group in light Tai Chi movements.

The meeting will feature Sharing and Caring break out groups. RenayKnapp, Extension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences for Henderson County, will lead the Caring group and Dr. Mike Dennis, a member of the group, will lead the Sharing group. Ms. Knapp’s’, Powerful Tools for Caregivers – Taking Care of You, will be a short introduction to a six week series of classes that she offers. Many have taken her class and heartedly recommend it.

The Brevard-Hendersonville Parkinson’s Disease Support Group, in western North Carolina, is a beacon of support and knowledge in this fight for a better life. The public is always welcome to attend the meetings. As Dr. Abrahan Lieberman, National Parkinson’s Foundation, says, “Find, join and attend PD support groups, which offer camaraderie with other folks who have gone down the same path as you.”

Contact The Brengels, in Hendersonville at 685-7673 or the Eden’s, in Brevard at 862-8820 if you have any questions.


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