Recently Diagnosed

3rd Tuesday of each month
from 2:3o – 3:30 pm (ET)

All programs are live and online. Program times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Getting diagnosed with Parkinson’s is a singular moment in your life. Everyone’s experience with that moment of diagnosis is different. Some may find it shocking or frightening, while others may feel relieved to finally have an answer to their symptoms. Support is available to assist with navigating uncertainties following diagnosis.

We invite you to join our monthly IPMDC Recently Diagnosed Boot Camp, designed specifically for individuals who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s within the last 5 years. These free, virtual sessions each month provide guidance and support to help you make informed choices regarding your health, knowledge, exercise routines, and lifestyle.

This program is offered in partnership with:
Josefa Domingos
Movement Disorders & Parkinson’s Physiotherapist Specialist | Researcher
Radboud University Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Egas Moniz Physiotherapy Clinic & Research Centre, Portugal.
President, Parkinson’s Europe
John M Dean MA CCC-SLP
Chair, International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society- Health Professionals Special Interest Group

This month’s session

Boxing has been shown to benefit people with Parkinson’s, but some people may have safety concerns and want to know how it can help manage their specific difficulties.

Join Josefa Domingos and John Dean to discuss the role of boxing in your Parkinson’s exercise plan, helping you make informed decisions regarding its suitability for your needs and reviewing adaptations that may be needed depending on your circumstances.

Video Library

Must Know

These sessions provide vital information for those newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s and their care partners as they navigate the early years.

Practicalities of Diet
Myths, Misconceptions and Misinformation
Building Your Team

Your Exercise Strategy
Your Diet Strategy
Monitoring your PD symptoms – why, what, and how? 

High Interest

These sessions address more common topics experienced by those with Parkinson’s and their community.

“I have difficulties communicating when I …”
Feeling Low, Nervous or Indifferent to doing basic things in life?
What can I do to control posture, balance & walking issues in early PD?

What is the impact of communication & voice in early PD?
Addressing difficulties paying attention, thinking clearly, or planning an activity
Family, Friends and Work: Managing the Dynamics of Relationships

For Inquisitive Profiles

These sessions cover topics that are either under-reported or of particular interest in the Parkinson’s community. They may also include a deep dive on a particular topic for those for answers to a particular concern.

PD-related Pain
Does dual-task training help walking, balance, and motor difficulties in Parkinson’s?

Technologies for Parkinson’s: balancing Benefits vs. Frustrations

Online Exercise: Just a Complement to or a Vital Part of Your Parkinson’s Exercise Journey?

Highlights from the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) 2023


March 15, 2022
Please click here to watch an introductory video for this program.

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