Who said what: QoTW 25.06.15


Author: Parkinson's Life editorsPublished: 25 June 2015

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“As I recorded the song, it became my coping mechanism; a personal anthem which invoked a laugh or smile with family and friends as we dealt with symptoms at home”

Mitch Faile, the next popstar of Parkinson’s


“People love having a dance-based toolkit that is user-friendly and appears in their field of vision – they love that it’s hands-free and uses their voice to navigate the programme”

– David Leventhal, the director of the Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD programme, talking about the new Moving Through Glass software


I’d like to suggest what my wife says: always try to be as independent as possible. Don’t spoil us! Don’t pamper us! Let’s play it cool and try as hard as possible to lead a normal life.

– taken from the newly launched 1HourMore e-book


“It actually has changed my life for the better. It led to my spiritual awakening”

Bob Beattie, author of Tremors in the Universe


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