Thankful Thursday – Bob Tucker

“Thankfulness and self-pity cannot coexist at the same time in the same heart. Whichever one is allowed ascendancy displaces the other. As it has been said, ‘You cannot serve two masters. Either you will love the one and hate the other or you will cling to the one and despise the other.’

That’s why at InMotion we people with Parkinson’s constantly encourage each other in thanksgiving. We remind each other that we have a lot going for us. ...

Thankful Thursday – Carolyn Weimer Ferenchak

The season of giving

The holiday season often calls on us to see others with the deepest appreciation for the gifts they’ve given us. Clients and carepartners often take time to let us know how InMotion has touched their lives.

Today we would like to share with you a #ThankfulThursday story from one of our clients:

“I first heard about InMotion when I was a patient of Dr. Riley. He described it as a place for PWP (People With Parkinson’s) to engage in exercise, which we’ve all heard is vital to maintaining health. ...

Thankful Thursday – Dr. Karen Jaffe

The holiday season evokes feelings of gratitude and an appreciation for all of the blessings we are fortunate to have in our lives.

Today we would like to share with you a #ThankfulThursday story from Dr. Karen Jaffe, one of our InMotion founders who is also a client:

“I was diagnosed with PD twelve years ago. One would think that being a physician would have given me a leg up on figuring out what was going on with me, but the truth is, it didn’t. ...

Thankful Thursday – Sister Lucia Haas

What are you thankful for?

There is so much to beauty to enjoy during the holiday season – including those around us who have helped us on our way, bringing us to where we are today.

Many clients have expressed their gratitude for the services provided and the community of support at InMotion. Today we would like to share with you a #ThankfulThursday story from one of our clients here at InMotion:

“I am a Sister of Notre Dame who just moved from Sarasota, Florida where I completed 39 years as president of Cardinal Mooney High School. ...

Natalie Skall – Volunteer Spotlight

Natalie Skall heard about InMotion from Amy and late founder Lee Handel, whom she and her husband Richard are close with, during the conception stages. Her husband, in fact, had known Lee since High School. In addition, she has been a client of founder Ben Rossi for over 10 years.

A retired Medical Technologist, Natalie is “amazed and wonderfully surprised to see the progress that clients have made through exercise and interaction with other clients.” Although her career has always revolved around the medical field, she had not been directly involved with clients until volunteering at InMotion but has found it very rewarding. ...