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View this message on our website.Living Well Today newsletter header SUPPORT US NOWWomen and Parkinson’s Differences between men and women impact health and are important to consider when it comes to Parkinson’s. We offer information and resources addressing key issues that women with Parkinson’s face. Our goal is to help you feel empowered to advocate for the care and quality of life you deserve. In this collection of resources about women and Parkinson’s, you’ll hear from women living with the disease and experts in the field about the Parkinson’s journey for women. HEALTHY PARKINSON'S COMMUNITIESTM RESOURCE ROUNDUP: MEANINGFEat Well, Stay Well Following a balanced diet improves general well-being and bolsters your ability to cope with Parkinson’s symptoms. Eating plenty of whole foods—such as fruits and vegetables, lean protein, beans and legumes, and whole grains—and staying hydrated are key ways to maintain energy and overall health. Over the years, we’ve examined the latest research on eating well for Parkinson’s, advice from experts, common questions we’re asked about nutrition, and more. Access our information on nutrition and diet here.  Donate with jars (1)Peloton ClubAre you finding value in our newsletters, podcasts, and monthly educational programs?  Consider joining the Peloton Club with a recurring monthly donation. Setting up a recurring donation to the Davis Phinney Foundation is easy and allows you to support our programs in a sustainable way. Easily change or cancel your recurring gift at any time. As a thank you for your sustaining membership at $15/month, we’ll send you a limited-edition coffee mug and regular updates from the Foundation on what we are accomplishing with your help.  There are other reasons to consider joining as a recurring donor, including: Your annual support of the Foundation continues monthly without having to renew. It’s easier on your budget. Contributing a set amount each month rather than a one-time gift may make it easier to give.Your support is always active, month after month, year after year. You establish that you value the Davis Phinney Foundation as an important community resource for people with Parkinson’s and their families. Change or cancel your membership at any time by contacting Claire Herritz at or 303-953-4978. Team DPF Jersey Launch and Season Kickoff Party We’re gearing up for the Team DPF Season Kickoff party just over a month from now. Join us at The Pro’s Closet in Louisville, Colorado, to check out the new bicycle jersey designed by Taylor Phinney. It’s a great opportunity to meet Foundation staff, catch up with old friends, and make new connections. The event is free and open to everyone; it’s a fantastic way to learn more about Team DPF and how you can get involved with the Davis Phinney Foundation! The Pro’s Closet
1900 Taylor Ave
Louisville, CO 80027 April 3, 2024
4 – 7pm MDT
 RSVP to be entered to win our 2024 Jersey autographed by Davis Phinney. Can’t make it but want to learn more about Team DPF? Contact Lauren Kehn Phinney designed jersey image A special thank you to Taylor Phinney for his artwork and design of the
2024 Team DPF jersey.
RAGBRAI logo 2024Ride across Iowa with Team DPF in the event where Pedaling for Parkinson’s was born. Join Davis Phinney Foundation staff and enjoy VIP hospitality in every finish line town with our partners from Primal. Can’t join us in person? Join the fundraising team and ride with us from home at your pace while earning great incentive awards. All abilities are welcome. Learn more/ Join ushealthy parkinsons communities logoOur Healthy Parkinson’s Communities™ initiative supports local leaders working to change how people live with Parkinson’s. We recently featured two such leaders—Carolyn Utesch (Bloomington, IN) and Kristin Matteson (Newport, RI)–on our blog. Learn more about this initiative and how you can support (or start!) change in your community on our HPC websitePedaling for Parkinson's logoPedaling for Parkinson’s™ Highlight Since relaunching Pedaling for Parkinson’s as an official Davis Phinney Foundation program in mid-January, we’ve had an incredible response from facilities and instructors around the country. We are so excited to watch the program expand this year.   We want to make sure we know about classes happening in your area. Do you know of a class near you that isn’t yet on our mapTell us about it here. Save the Date! In case you missed it, TheVictory Summit® event series is back and we’re working with partners in four communities across the country to host full days of information, inspiration, and connection to help people with Parkinson’s live well. Visit our website to learn more. Thank you to our Premier Partner for the 2024 Victory Summit® Events. EducationIn February, we published a brand-new episode of the Parkinson’s Podcast with our colleague Sia Urroz and music therapist Hadley Rentz from Music Worx, Inc. They talked about the benefits of music therapy for people living with Parkinson’s. We featured a special podcast episode: Davis Phinney, co-founder of the Davis Phinney Foundation, and Kevin Kwok, a Foundation board member, shared their compelling journeys with Parkinson’s on the No Barriers Podcast.  During February’s Live Well Today webinar, Polly had a detailed conversation with Sarah Chen, a social worker who has worked in a movement disorders clinic for over 10 years. Their conversation centered on navigating the healthcare system and better understanding medical insurance to promote senior independence. Check our latest Moments of Victory® testimonies in Spanish from two women living with Parkinson’s in Phoenix, Arizona, and in Spain. Webinars & Meetups Parkinson’s Care Partner Meetup
Tuesday, April 2, 2024
12 pm MDT
11 am PDT
1 pm CDT 
2 pm EDT Living with Parkinson’s Meetup 
Thursday, March 21, 2024
1 pm MDT
12 pm PDT
2 pm CDT
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