The Parkinson’s Communication’s Club is held every Monday and led by Susan I. Wranik, Board Certified Speech-Language Pathologist. The Club establishes a wellness and prevention program for individuals with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners, with a focus on maintenance of communication skills. The club is not therapy, rather, it is an exercise group designed to improve volume. The approach helps people speak loudly and clearly in order to make themselves heard. Most importantly, this club is designed in a group setting – one for all and all for one – a team effort to be loud. If people can’t hear you, they assume you don’t know. Make your voice heard!
Exercise and Socialization is the best medicine for living successfully with Parkinson’s Disease. Exercise your voice as well as your body.
This group is appropriate for anyone desiring to improve volume or verbal expression.