Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 p.m.- 4:30p.m.
Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
18131 Slade School Rd.
Sandy Spring, MD
Coming out of the pandemic, not all of our In-Person Parkinson’s classes are currently available. Click Here to see a full list of all available In-Person classes.
Due to space constraints, please contact Terrie Daniels, NASM-CPT of Brooke Grove Retirement Village at (301) 260-2397 prior to attending your first session.
This program brings together people impacted by Parkinson’s Disease to participate in various physical exercises aimed at improving posture, balance and circulation and increasing strength, muscle control and mobility. Various activities designed to engage participants mentally are also incorporated.
Why is Exercise important for people facing Parkinson’s?
Exercise helps people with Parkinson’s improve their mobility. It also helps slow the progression of the disease. PFNCA wellness programs have been vetted by the PFNCA Medical Advisory Board to ensure they are evidence-based to help those with Parkinson’s.
How can I participate?
PFNCA Wellness Programs are provided at no cost. Registration with PFNCA is required and there is a nominal annual administrative fee, which can be waived for financial hardship. To register, please call the PFNCA office at (301) 844-6510 or click the register link under the “Helpful Links” on the right side of this page. Once you have registered, you will receive a PFNCA Wellness Programs Name Badge. You do not need to sign up for specific program sessions, simply bring your name badge to this or any PFNCA Wellness program and your instructor will check you in.
Can Carepartners participate?
Carepartners are welcome to participate on a space available basis. Registration is required.
How is this program funded?
PFNCA receives charitable donations to supports its efforts to help people fight Parkinson’s. To learn more, please click here.
The Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA) improves the quality of life of those impacted by Parkinson’s disease, their care partners and families, and fosters a sense of community to ensure that no one battles this disease alone. PFNCA offers exercise, communication and education programs to strengthen the physical and emotional health of people impacted by Parkinson’s.
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