Family and Kids in Guilford, Connecticut

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The Udall Centers of Excellence in Parkinson's Disease Research, Marlborough, Connecticut
Parkinson’s disease is a neurological condition that affects movement and impacts more than 10 million people around the world. Many organizations and institutions worldwide have made valuable contributions to the effort to understa...read more
How Can Yoga Benefit People With Parkinson’s Disease?, Marlborough, Connecticut
Medical professionals have long known about the benefits of regular exercise for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), and researchers are still discovering how specific types of exercise can help with the condition’s...read more
Guilford, CT Family and Kids Businesses
Oxford Academy of Hair Design, Vocational Schools, Hair & Nails, Cosmetology Schools, Seymour, Connecticut
153 North St
Seymour, CT 06483
(203) 286-4533
Are you looking for an exciting job that allows you the opportunity to express yourself artistically while using your skills and creativity to bring out the beauty in others? If this sounds like something you’d love to do, turn to Oxford...
Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson's, Non-Profit Organizations, Support Groups, Charities & Donations, Marlborough, Connecticut
(860) 266-6040
Defined by doctors as a disease that affects the way you move, Parkinson’s disease, which is linked to decreased dopamine production, affects as many as 1 million Americans. Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s (CAP) is a non-profit, 50...
Automatic Door Company, Inc., Garages, Garage & Overhead Doors, Garage Doors, Milford, Connecticut
(203) 795-3577
With offices in Milford and Orange CT, Automatic Door Company provides an extensive list of garage door services to families and businesses throughout New Haven and Fairfield counties. With more than 35 years of experience with gara...
Clancy-Palumbo Funeral Home, Funerals, Funeral Planning Services, Funeral Homes, East Haven, Connecticut
43 Kirkham Ave
East Haven, CT 06512
(203) 467-2789
Clancy-Palumbo Funeral Home of East Haven, CT, helps families create the ceremony their loved one would have wanted. The compassionate staff guide mourning family members and friends through the process of choosing the right memorial ser...
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Welcome Dr. Neha Prakash, Marlborough, Connecticut
Dr. Neha Prakash Movement Disorders Neurologist; Assistant Professor of Neurology, University of Connecticut School of Medicine Dr. Prakash is a graduate of G.S.V.M. School of Medi...read more
Spotlight on PD in Connecticut: Historic Meeting of Various Support Groups, Marlborough, Connecticut
Dr. Duarte Machado, co-Medical Director of the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center at Hartford Healthcare, called it “historic”.  “It” was a meeting, facilitated by Stev...read more
Spotlight on PD in Connecticut: Chase Family Movement Disorders Center , Marlborough, Connecticut
LIKE-MINDED. LIKE HEARTED. It’s a Sunday afternoon in late October, and Dr. Toni de Marcaida, Medical Director of the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center (CFMDC) of Hartford Heal...read more
Spotlight on PD in Connecticut: Hospital for Special Care (HFSC), Marlborough, Connecticut
On a blustery, cold Friday in November, the team at Hospital for Special Care (HFSC) in New Britain takes time from their busy schedules to sit down and discuss, with obvious pride a...read more
Battling Parkinson’s Disease – Reflections |  A Blog by Michelle Hespeler, Marlborough, Connecticut
I share below Larry’s heartfelt reflection on living with Parkinson’s.  Larry is a great friend, one that I would never have met if we did not have this common diagnosis.  ...read more
December Message from CAP Chairman, Karl Hespeler , Marlborough, Connecticut
Happy Holidays – A Big Thank You to Our Volunteers.  As another year draws to a close, everyone will be in the midst of preparation for this Holiday season. This is very specia...read more
3 Myths About Parkinson’s Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
Parkinson’s disease is a common but complex neurological condition that’s often misunderstood. Knowing the facts behind this condition will help ensure that loved ones with Park...read more
How Do Garage Door Safety Sensors Work?, Milford, Connecticut
Garage doors are one of the more overlooked safety issues in homes. The average door weights at least 130 pounds—and up to 350 pounds—and when free-falling, it can cause significant ...read more
5 Ways to Support a Loved One with Parkinson’s Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
Living with Parkinson’s disease can be a challenging experience for the individual with the condition, but it can take a toll on their loved ones as well. As the loved one ...read more
4 Ways to Protect Your Garage Door This Winter, Milford, Connecticut
While many people upgrade their roofing or plumbing system before the winter hits, it’s as equally important to winterize the garage door as well. To help you keep your door in optim...read more
The Role of Wearable Devices in Parkinson's Disease Research, Marlborough, Connecticut
The field of Parkinson’s research expands every day. As scientists continue their research and learn more about the disease, they help create more treatment options and move us close...read more
Spotlight on PD in Connecticut: Focus on Yale, Marlborough, Connecticut
Note: This is the first in a series highlighting what’s happening around Connecticut in the area of Parkinson’s research, treatment, innovation, and collaboration.  We will high...read more
November Message from CAP Chairman, Karl Hespeler , Marlborough, Connecticut
The Power of Community On October 5th, CAP had its 4th bi-annual Gala event at the Aqua Turf in Southington, CT with live music, dinner, and a silent auction. The monies raised from...read more
CureNow: PD |  A Blog by Michelle Hespeler, Marlborough, Connecticut
Exercise is great, but we NEED a cure for this disease. I see this disease affecting my friends every day.  We are progressing and only have some control over our destination.&n...read more
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