Barrie Cleveland Vlog from WPC, June 2019

Parkinson Report, Summer 2019, Published by the Parkinson’s Foundation

Page 20: Putting Women with Parkinson’s First

June, 2019, Health Monitor’s “Guide to Living with Parkinson’s Disease”

June 28, 2019 speakmedia Images of the Month (June)

June 20, 2109 Parkinson’s Life feature: World Parkinson Congress 2019: The Travels of Twitchy Woman  April 10, 2019, quoted in article

12 Things You Don't Understand About Parkinson's Unless You Have It

    My #KeytoPD   April 30, 2019

Finding new friends with Parkinson’s disease (PD) who understand how you feel is Twitchy Woman, My Adventures With Parkinson’s blogger Sharon’s #KeyToPD. “I am hearing this more & more: having a PD peer group, not a support group, makes living with PD easier.”

What’s your tip to living better with Parkinsons 🔑 Be sure to submit your key today to wrap up Parkinson’s Awareness Month:

Parkinson’s Foundation:   Moving Day Moments       March 6, 2019

Parkinson's Foundation

Sharon Krischer went from not telling anyone about her PD diagnosis to helping the Foundation further research for women with Parkinson’s, which ultimately brought her to Moving Day… Read more

PD Connect

Featured on Podcast with PD Connect   December 26, 2018

An Initiative for Women with Parkinson’s

Sharon Krischer joins us to talk about an important initiative by the Parkinson’s Foundation focused on addressing long-standing gender disparities in Parkinson’s research and care. Sharon shares the story behind her blog, Twitchy Woman, and we discuss the terrific resources that can be found on the blog. We also explore the unique challenges faced by women living with Parkinson’s disease.

Parkinson’s Foundation Hosts National Forum for Women Living with Parkinson’s Disease

MIAMI & NEW YORK — NOVEMBER 7, 2018 —The Parkinson’s Foundation hosted the first national forum for women with Parkinson’s disease (PD) on October 19 at Baylor College of Medicine, a Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence, in Houston, TX. The Foundation brought together more than 50 women from across the country to develop a patient-centered “Women and PD” research agenda that will include recommendations on how to improve the health of women living with Parkinson’s.   read more

The 2 Mikes:  Michael Quaglia and Mike Achin, DJ’s dd4e-0d77-4d64-a6cf-e56cf0d9e5a6.jpgon Radio Parkies Web Radio.  My interview was aired Saturday, July 20, 2018, and is now available to stream here.

Parkinson’s Life 2017 Highlights    May: Why women need to talk about sex and Parkinson’s