Parkinson's Disease Support Group

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

young woman and elderly woman talking on couch

A community support group in where members can share their experiences, knowledge and coping strategies.

Research has overwhelmingly supported the benefits of social support in the management of chronic disease and can:

  • Empower and lift the morale of patients, friends, and community members
  • Increase a sense of belonging by decreasing isolation
  • Enhance hope and sense of purpose through encouragement
  • Increase sense of responsibility for members' own treatment
  • Result in feelings of increased control over their disease

Please come share input about what you want from this group. We can have speakers, watch and discuss webinars, and include outside activities to increase the cohesion and bonding among members.

Facilitated by: Ellen and John Roumasset, Trained Parkinson's Disease Associated Support Group Facilitators

First Thursday of the month
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Tahoe Forest Center for Health
11012 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA

Click here to register, or for more information, please call Ellen at (650) 759-3666 or email

This program is supported by the Wellness Neighborhood and offered at no cost.