The Friends of Parkinson’s, in Conjunction with the Richard Steele Foundation, Present “A Champions Meet And Greet” To Introduce the Local Community on Parkinson’s Awareness and the Importance of Living Well Today
(North Las Vegas, Nev.) – On January 29th from 2:00 to 2:30 pm, the Friends of Parkinson’s in conjunction with the Richard Steele Foundation, and Judy Jennings the author of ‘Living with Lewy Body Dementia,’ will be presenting at “A Champions Meet and Greet.”
“A Champions Meet and Greet” is an event open to the public where Friends of Parkinson’s introduces their community advocacy with the National Parkinson’s campaign, The Davis Phinney Victory Summit, and their own local support groups and campaigns that bring awareness to the many outlets of education, training, and resources for those living with Parkinson’s, and those caring for Parkinson’s patients as well.
The meet and greet will provide information on the Richard Steele Foundation’s services to Parkinson’s patients in our local community. The event will also provide a focus on the Davis Phinney Victory Summit, where the Parkinson’s community gathers in celebration of living well today by providing breakout sessions for those who choose to attend.
“A Champions Meet and Greet” will be held at the Richard Steele Boxing Club, 9475 W. Cheyenne Ave, North Las Vegas, NV 89032 on January 29th from 2:00 to 2:30 pm with the Friends of Parkinson “Meet and Greet” following until 4:00 Pm.
Jamillah Ali-Rahman, Executive Director of Friends of Parkinson’s says, “It is amazing to be able to provide such an event to the Parkinson’s community, here in Southern Nevada. It is our goal to provide people with Parkinson’s an outlet where they can go and find all the resources to live well today.” Zakeisha Steele Jones, President of the Richard Steele Foundation says, “We are honored to be able to provide a location for ‘A Champions Meet and Greet’ event. As an active organization that provides movement coordination training through boxing, for Parkinson’s patients, we are glad that our community is stepping up to spread awareness of services provided for people living with Parkinson’s.”