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Derby Parkinson's Symposium 2018
Ref. 2466

Saturday 3rd November 2018 - 10:00am-3:00pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Royal Derby Hospital, Uttoxeter Road, Derby, DE22 3NE

In association with the National Centre for Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network

Who should attend:         
- People with Parkinson’s        
- Carers for people with Parkinson’s

Talks to Include:   
- Technology, PD and Me
- Mind and Body - Taking time to consider the relationship between our body, what we think and how we feel.   
- Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll

Workshops: (choose two)

  • ‘ To pee or not to pee’ looking after your bladder and bowels              
  • Can Mindfulness Ease the Symptoms of Parkinson’s?
  • High Impact Exercise [restrictions apply]
  • Improving swallowing, speech, voice and communication               
  • Carers matter too                      
  • ‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’           
  • Dance for Parkinson’s

Speakers to include:
Emma Lawton, Parkinson’s UK
Dr Jessica Marsh
Dr Rob Skelly
Caroline Bartliff,  Specialist Speech and Language Therapist
Fiona Lindop, Specialist Physiotherapist
Clare Johnson, Specialist OT
Helen Widdowson, Physiotherapist
Lisa Brown, Parkinson Nurse Specialist
Suzanne Filon, Parkinson’s Nurse Specialist
Rachael Stringer, OT
Carol Cooper, OT
Alison Hartley, Continence Nurse
Andrea Haley, Dance Therapist

Cost: £10 per person
Lunch and refreshments included

Contact the NCORE Training Department to register for this event

01332 254679 | dhft.ncore@nhs.net | www.ncore.org.uk

Or Download booking form here

Or Download booking form (word document) here



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Dr Gill Sare at Derby Parkinson's Symposium 2016