Saturday, May 19, 2012
Richmond Convention Center
9:00 am – 3:15 pm
The VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center is pleased to announce an exciting educational event coming to Richmond this spring: The Victory Summit Symposium. Produced by The Davis Phinney Foundation in partnership with the VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center, Southeast PADRECC, UVa and the APDA, The Victory Summit will be a day of inspiration and learning.
Featuring presentations by nationally recognized researchers, clinicians, and physical
therapists, The Victory Summit will take place at the Greater Richmond Convention Center on Saturday, May 19, 2012 and deliver up-to-date information and practical tools that people with Parkinson’s can use to live well today.
What People Are Saying About The Victory Summit:
“This summit has empowered me to face my
future and not define myself as a PD victim.”
“This is an opportunity to change your life for
“I left this event with the knowledge and hope of how to live well
with my Parkinson’s.”
“It’s very inspiring. It was full of activity and looking forward to
better times by knowing more about what’s going on.”
“I am the only one I know with Parkinson’s. Today I learned that I’m
not alone, I’m part of a tribe.”
The event is free of charge and includes lunch. Learn more about The Victory Summit at the Davis Phinney Foundation’s website. Bring your care partner, friends and family. This is a day not to be missed!
Registration is required. Be sure to sign up soon as space is limited! You can register online at: http://VictorySummit.kintera.org/Richmond or by calling: 1-877-274-7673.