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Northwest Parkinson's Foundation || Northern Valley Support

What is the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation?

The Northwest Parkinson's Foundation is the lifeline of HOPE to over 100,000 people impacted by Parkinson's in the Northwest. They provide programs to support specialty care, produce and distribute free educational and support resources, promote events that contribute to the Parkinson's community, raise awareness of Parkinson's, and develop self-care tools to help improve the quality of life for people with Parkinson's', their care-partners, and families.


"Our Mission is to transform the way people live with Parkinson's through awareness, education, advocacy, and care." - Northwest Parkinson's Foundation

Support for the Northern Valley

If you or someone you care for has a Parkinson's diagnosis they can connect with Denny Darby from the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation to find additional resources and programs to support you. Their services are 100% FREE and include programs, services, movement and music classes, on-staff social services managers, conferences, and special education events, as well as support groups for caregivers.



Contact Information

Denny Darby Northwest Parkinson's Foundation www.nwpf.org denny@nwpf.org 1-907-957-8009







Sunshine Community Health Center

1-907-376-2273 (CARE)



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At the age of 66, my spouse was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. His symptoms included excruciating calf pain, muscular aches, tremors, slurred speech, frequent falls, loss of balance, and trouble standing up from a seated posture. After six months on Senemet, Siferol was given to him in place of the Senemet. It was also at this period that he was diagnosed with dementia. He began seeing hallucinations and became detached from reality. With the doctor's approval, we stopped giving him Siferol and chose to try the Natural Herbs Center PD-5 program, which we had previously investigated. After three months of therapy, he has made significant progress. The illness has been completely contained. There are no symptoms of persistent twitching, weakness,…

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