There’s a Parkinson’s Support Group in Claremore

If you or a loved one is dealing with Parkinson’s disease, you’re invited to a free support group. Open to patients, caregivers, and those interested in learning more about Parkinson’s, it’s held the second Tuesday of each month at 1p, in Room 3 at the Claremore Conference Center.

The group’s goal is to live well in spite of this chronic illness. Some of the meetings will discuss aspects
of being a caregiver, as both caregiver and care receiver are welcome to attend.

The leaders hope you will find this group a source of not only education, but camaraderie and support.

The September meeting will be on the 11th.

Support Group leaders are: Gail Bieber MSW, LCSW & Linda Young,RN
Questions? Call 918-857-1356.

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