Those diagnosed with Parkinson’s may experience reduced breath support and monotone speaking qualities leading to low speaking volume, which is difficult for others to hear and understand. PFNCA provides programs to strengthen your breath support and improve your ability to project so you can continue to be heard loud and clear by your family and friends.
PFNCA Communication Club
PFNCA established its Communication Club program to emphasize the importance of speaking louder in social settings.
The goal of PFNCA Communications Club is to establish a wellness and prevention program for individuals with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers with a focus on maintenance of communication skills.
PFNCA offers a choir program. Some studies have shown that music therapy can slow down the progression of Parkinson’s disease. Music is considered to be a rehabilitation method for the motor and emotional functions of the body.
PFNCA programs that focus on communications and vocal cord strengthening are offered in the following locations: