Twitchy Women get Creative

On Sunday, our Los Angeles Women's Parkinson's group, now known as Twitchy Women, met to explore creativity in People with Parkinson's.  Many of us have found new creative outlets since our diagnosis, doing things we never thought we were capable of.  This has been documented many times in the Parkinson's literature.  So we thought it …

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Defined by her Art

Alison Paolini was an artist who happened to have Parkinson's Disease.  Several months ago I was asked to contact her because she wanted to sell some of her artwork to benefit people with Parkinson's Disease.  She had illustrated two books written by Kirk Hall several years ago titled  Carson and His Shaky Paws Grampa and Carina and …

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