Ivo was told two years ago (in 2017) that he had Parkinson’s disease. Very quickly, he decided not to stay stuck and do something himself: the ‘Stop Parkinson Walk’, a 49-day non-stop walk with four friends along the Belgian border, 30 km every day.
A few years ago, Liesbeth attended a motivational seminar given by Patrick & Anne-Marie. Their positive attitude was so inspiring that she decided to help the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity.
Portrait of Luc Delepine, ‘Sunday Run coach’ for the DPC, loyal supporter and friend.
When someone you care about has Parkinson’s disease, he needs extra help and support to stay active and preserve their quality of life. You can help out in a number of ways. Here are eight of the best ways to help someone you love manage Parkinson’s disease.
Portrait of Frank Willemsens, who experienced two upheavals in a very short period of time. Discover a very touching portrait of a very brave man.
Portrait of Alain Mallart, living with Parkinson’s disease since 2012. He created Action Parkinson, a patients’ association which offers Parkinson’s patients in the Brussels region the opportunity to meet and participate in various activities adapted to their pathology.
Piet De Vocht has Parkinson’s disease since 2012. He guides us through his experience and the transition of before and after.
I’m an organizational development consultant who specializes in helping business leaders achieve transformational change — it’s my life’s calling. But not all change is wanted. My dear husband Richard lives with Parkinson’s disease and Lewy-body dementia.
Lisa Holloway says having a positive attitude and being an advocate for herself has helped her become a tireless fighter of Parkinson’s. She lives and blogs in Lithonia, Georgia.
Jan Vermeir has Parkinson’s disease since 2009. He guides us through his experience and the transition of before and after.