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PATTERNED for PARKINSON'S
Designs for Independence

What They Say

"Dining out - even having friends over has become a source of anxiety. I'm always worried I'll spill on myself, tip over a glass, or otherwise make a mess."
Everyone tells you, and the science confirms... exercise is the one thing I can do to help slow my Parkinson's. But it is such a battle - not only do I need to combat my fatigue, but getting dressed to work out is a battle in and of itself. I need the support and function of my athletic clothes, but surely there is an easier way to get dressed!"
"If you knew my mom "back in the day" you know that she would never leave the house unless she was dressed for the occasion. Finding outfits that work for her in a wheelchair, are age appropriate, and don't look like hospital gowns has become my new pastime. It shouldn't be this hard."

Questions?

Program announcements and Updates

Use the contact form to send us your questions about living with Parkinson’s, the contest, submissions, clarification on criteria, or simply to cheer us on!  We’ll be in touch!

Questions?

Program announcements and updates

Use the contact form to send us your questions about living with Parkinson’s, the contest, submissions, clarification on criteria, or simply to cheer us on!  We’ll be in touch!