Fair Oaks Parkinsons support group

Holiday Happenings: Meeting 11/25 & Luncheon 12/9

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. Safe travels to those going out of town and a reminder to those staying local over Thanksgiving , we will have a regular support group meeting on Saturday , Nov. 25 from 10 AM – noon at Sunrise at Fair Oaks. 3750 Joseph Siewick Dr. (Behind Fair Oaks Inova […]

Educational Opportunity!!

Monthly Meeting 10/28 and Event of Interest 10/23

Our next PD support group meeting will be Saturday Oct 28 from 10 am – noon at Sun Rise Senior Living at 3750 Joseph Siewick Drive. ( behind Fair Oaks Hospital) 3rd floor room left of the elevator. People with PD, their spouse, family member or care takers are welcome to attend meetings. We are […]


Upcoming Event Series: ParkinsonTV Introducing ParkinsonTV, a new educational TV series piloted by the University of Rochester, in collaboration with Dr. Bas Bloem and Radboud University in the Netherlands. The series presents neurologists, patients, and topic experts in a discussion of various aspects of living with Parkinson’s, as well as ways to maximize quality of […]

Regular Monthly Meeting Saturday 9/23

Hello everyone!  Our regular monthly meeting on the fourth Saturday from 10:00 am to noon will be on September 23rd at our usual meeting place, Sunrise Senior Living at Fair Oaks on Joseph Siewick Drive, third floor.  Anyone with Parkinson’s and their family and/or care partners are  welcome to join us. The theme for the […]

Reminder and news!

“ WALK OFF PARKINSON’S “ is on Sept 24th at Nationals Park, rain or shine.  Join the “Fair Oaks Folks” team for a fun outing and support PFNCA’s programs for people living with PD and their care partners. You will find the information below on the PFNCA website. On the day of the event, look […]

Lots of PD & community announcements

Parkinson Social Network & Out & About with Parkinson’s As many of you know, I have been involved with the Fair Oaks support group for over 10 years. Last year I introduced the concept of the Parkinson café, and we now have two – in Fairfax and Ashburn. Recently, with the help of other dedicated […]