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Welcome to the Point Loma Parkinson's Support Group website, our neighborhood on the web! Unless noted otherwise in the box to the right, we meet on the first Wednesday evening of every month from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the San Diego Health Services Complex at 3851 Rosecrans Street, San Diego.

Unless noted otherwise in the box to the right, we also hold 'Break-Out' Sessions on the third Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September and November from 10:00 to 12;00 PM at the Parkinson’s Association Office at 8555 Aero Drive, Suite 308, San Diego. Break-Out sessions usually involve those persons with Parkinson's meeting in a group with a member of the Association's counseling staff while caregivers meet separately with another member of the counseling staff.

Visitors are welcome to our meetings and if you have Parkinson's yourself, or know someone who does, you are especially welcome to co
me by and spend some time with us in a caring, sharing and compassionate environment.

In the meantime, feel free to browse through our website.
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Support our local PD Association
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  • Donate your unused vehicle to PA – click on the car logo under the DONATE button on the association homepage,  and we’ll take care of the rest.
This website last updated on: October 12, 2016
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Next Meeting:

October Breakout Session

October 18, 2016 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m to 1:00 p.m.

Lisa Fine,
Executive Director of the Parkinson’s Association, 
will talk with us about the Association,
it’s current status, future direction,
and how we can help.

1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Facilitated by MFT Interns
PWP - Community Room
Care Partners - Seminar Room

Serra Mesa Library

9005 Aero Drive, San Diego CA 92123
Community Room 
(1/2 mile East of the Parkinson’s Association Building)

Did you miss the Speaker Series Presentation
for October?

Parkinson's, Driving & You

Click here
to review related resource materials.

Transportation Solutions
for Older Adults in San Diego

  • Click here to register for the Michael J. Fox Third Thursdays Webinars on Parkinson’s Research or choose from the video archive on the Michael J. Fox website.
  • Click here to register for the National Parkinson's Foundation Webinar Series or Click here to watch archived videos.
  • Click here to register for the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's Challenge for Living Well webinar series.

The Spotlight:

important Programs & Information

  • "You can train your dog to help you manage your Parkinson's symptoms!" Enroll in Parkinson's Pooches.
  • Information regarding regular well-being checks by law enforcement staff, (You Are Not Alone program) or watch video.
  • The Take Me Home Program is a regional photo-based information system hosted by the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and accessible by all law enforcement agencies in the County. It is designed to assist law enforcement personnel during contacts with members of the community who have disabilities such as, but not limited to Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome, deafness or developmental disabilities. The program promotes communication and gives aw enforcement personnel access to critical information about the individual enrolled. The Take Me Home Program can provide emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions, and photograph of the individual, known routines, favorite attractions, or special needs of the individual. This information can assist in communicating with, locating a residence for, or handling an emergency involving an individual with special needs. This program has photo recognition technology attached to it. If an individual is located and cannot communicate, a photograph of the individual can be taken in the field, sent electronically and checked against those in the Take Me Home Program data base. For more information or to register, click here.
  • Clueless as to how to go about finding an assisted living facility (and how to judge which ones might better suit your needs? Check out the CARR (Consumer Advocates for RCFE* Reform) web site by clicking here. *Residential Care Facility for the Elderly
  • Link to National Osteoporosis Society Vitamin D Guideline Summary
  • Information regarding PD and Osteoporosis
  • Important fact sheet, "Medicines for Parkinson's Disease" - Information about common medications prescribed for Parkinson's, and medications to avoid when taking certain PD medications.
  • Link to the California State attorney General's online California Advance Healthcare Directive form (this form can be filled out online and printed)
  • Link to to the San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter of the American Red Cross 'Be Prepared San Diego' website and Seniors Prepare for Disaster handbook.
  • Moving Forward with Parkinson’s Disease: Point Loma PD Group member Martin Adler was recently interviewed by Scripps Health News regarding life with Parkinson’s Disease after Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery. To watch his story, click here.