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Parkinsons Creative Collective is Offering a Free E-Book to Help You Learn More About PD!

InMotion is proud to help offer an opportunity to learn more about living with PD. 

Now, you can download a FREE e-book: The Peripatetic Pursuit of Parkinson Disease

Do you wonder how others deal with living with Parkinson disease? Do you have questions you forget to ask people with Parkinsons? Would you like to meet people with PD without leaving the comfort of your home?

The non-profit Parkinsons Creative Collective has compiled a collection of experiences of people living with PD, The Peripatetic Pursuit of Parkinson Disease. ...

American Ninja Warrior Jimmy Choi to Participate in Pals in Motion Event!

InMotion is excited to announce that American Ninja Warrior Jimmy Choi will be joining us on Sunday, September 17th for the upcoming Pals In Motion Family Fitness Event! The event will include a 5K run, 1-mile walk, Yoga, and an obstacle course. Choi will open the day and be participating in events throughout the morning.

Choi, a 41-year-old tech consultant from Illinois, was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s disease at age 27.

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InMotion and Parkinson’s Pals Unite Forces to Improve the Lives of our PD Community!

Dear Northeast Ohio PD Community,

InMotion and Parkinson’s Pals have come together to build awareness about PD.

We are combining our efforts to help improve the lives of those living with Parkinson’s disease!

InMotion and Pals serve the PD community with a united vision. Whether through highly targeted programming or in hosting successful fundraising events, our goal is the same: help improve the lives of those living with PD. Community support plays a large role in both of our organizations and it shows! ...

Ben Rossi Honored with Jessie Brown Community Service Award!

Our very own Ben Rossi, an InMotion founder and Program Director, was honored with the Jessie Brown Community Service Award at the 19th Annual Ohio Parkinson’s Foundation Northeast Region PD Symposium, held on
April 22, 2017.

Clients, carepartners, and everyone involved with InMotion knows that Ben is a dedicated professional working to make lives better every day for those living with PD. Ben was one of the first people to be trained in the Delay the Disease (DTD) exercise program and he has taught DTD classes in Mentor, OH for many years. ...

Symposium Event Recap: Art, Creativity, Jewish Genetics and Parkinson’s

On Sunday April 2nd, over 200 people attended a fascinating symposium at The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood, combining art, creativity, Jewish genetics and Parkinson’s.

Organized and hosted by InMotion co-founder and Michael J. Fox Foundation Patient Advisory Council member Dr. Karen Jaffe, the symposium brought together people from several different worlds to inform and inspire.

Artist Peter Leventhal and his compelling and emotional paintings that make up his “Lamed-Vav” series were on display in The Temple’s beautiful new art gallery. ...

Taking it to Capitol Hill: PD Advocacy Reflections from a Carepartner by Marc Jaffe

On Feb. 28, 2017, InMotion founder Karen Jaffe and I (her husband Marc) spent the day on Capitol Hill along with 200 other advocates, meeting with Representatives and Senators to express the concerns of the Parkinson’s community.

This was the first year that the Michael J. Fox Foundation had organized this day, having recently combined with The Parkinson’s Action Network. They prepared us well, with an all-day seminar so we knew what issues to bring up and how best to get the Congress men and women and their staffers to care. ...