New Center Brings Hope

Delighted to share this terrific story (Today’s Family Magazine, April 29, 2015) on InMotion’s evolution and the hope we afford people with Parkinsons.

“A 67-year-old retired registered nurse with an extensive background in research, Maria suddenly found herself in the role of patient, with the haunting three words “incurable, progressive, and debilitating” looming over a future she had envisioned with her husband, Gene, their family, and grandchildren. 

“Those are big words,” Maria said. “I was angry, anxious, and depressed. Then I read an article about Parkinson’s disease, and that’s when I learned that InMotion would be opening. I had hope. I had something to look forward to.”

For the full article, visit todaysfamilymagazine.com

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