PFNCA Executive Director Jared Cohen
to speak to Fairfax City PD support group
Our next meeting will be Monday, January 13th from 7-9 pm.
The speaker will be Jared Cohen, Executive Director of the Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA). In order to let everyone have a chance to ask a question, the group who came to the November meeting voted to submit questions ahead of Mr. Cohen’s visit.
Submit your question by emailing Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org for submission to Mr. Cohen. Mr. Cohen will also take questions at the meeting. Thanks to those who have already emailed their questions!
We welcome all to attend (see directions below). If you haven’t been to a meeting in a while, please come and reconnect with friends. If you are new to our group, please come and meet fellow support group members. Water will be provided. Those who wish can bring snacks to share. We will also have our library of PD resource materials available at the meeting.
Weather Policy – If Fairfax County schools are closed, our meeting is cancelled. If weather conditions are not good, please stay home. We will do our best to alert everyone to the meeting being cancelled, but please use your best judgment.
Angela & Karl
Karl & Angela Robb
Fairfax City PD Support Group
Phone: 703-277-9666 | email: email@example.com
The Fairfax City PD Support group meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Green Acres Community Center in Fairfax City (Near GMU). ROOM 112 — Please park in the paved lot or handicap spaces in front of the center.
Green Acres Community Center
4401 Sideburn Rd, Room 110, Fairfax, VA 22030
Google Maps Link for Green Acres
Parking & Access to the Center: If you have in the past used University Drive or School St. to access Green Acres, YOU MUST USE THE NEW DIRECTIONS below! The City of Fairfax has closed University Drive at Forest Drive. You will have to use Sideburn Road to access the Community Center. There is NO access to University Drive from GMU’s Patriot Circle. We now recommend everyone parks in the paved lot or in the handicap parking spaces in front of the Green Acres Community Center. If you do park in the gravel lot, the door will not be unlocked or manned. You will have to walk around to the front doors of the center.
Take I-66 West to Route 123 South towards Fairfax. Continue on Route 123 South through Fairfax City. Turn left at light onto Armstrong Street. Turn right on Sideburn Rd. Sideburn Road ends at community center.
Take Exit 52A toward Little River Turnpike. Merge onto Little River Turnpike. Continue onto Main St. Turn left at Locust St. Turn right at Sager Ave. Take 3rd left onto Barbour Dr. Continue onto Providence Way. Continue onto Sideburn Rd.Turn left to stay onto Sideburn Rd
From Route 123 and Braddock Rd:
Go north on Route 123. Turn right on Armstrong Street, Turn right on Sideburn Rd. Sideburn Road ends at school.
For best access, park in the paved lot or handicap spaces in front of the Center.
Save The Date!
VCU Parkinson’s & Movement Disorders Center
Parkinson’s Wellness Retreat
July 25 – 27, 2014
Roslyn Retreat Center, Richmond, Virginia
This retreat will provide an enriching experience, connecting people with Parkinson’s (PWP) and their carepartners with others in a residential retreat. Attendees will leave with the tools and resources they need to reinforce concepts learned. Instructors include both health professionals, PWPs, and carepartners. The informational flyer is attached!
Topics covered will include: Nutrition, Exercise, Complementary Therapies, Mindset/Attitude, Carepartners, Support Groups, etc.
Early Bird Registration rates include lodging, meals, and materials:
$250 per person (double occupancy) $290 per person (single occupancy)
Registration will open in late January 2014. Space is limited.
Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration opens.
Visit the Parkinson’s Wellness Retreat Facebook page – www.facebook.com/PDWellnessRetreat
**Karl and I are part of the planning committee and are very excited about the retreat – a first of its kind that it is planned by PWPs and is a residential weekend retreat!