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In The News


Dancers will be teaching free mini ballet classes at the Parkinson’s Expo that will be held Feb. 29 at the Bradenton Area Convention Center.

Posted Saturday, February 22 2020
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Dancing Through Parkinson’s participants work on range of motion, strength and muscle tone, all while practicing deliberate movements and coordination.

Posted Thursday, February 06 2020
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Mary Jo Heider is an experienced fundraising professional. The Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson’s, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with...

Posted Thursday, July 18 2019
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The foundation has elected Judith Bell as Board Member Emeritus and Cyndi Miller as board member.

Posted Thursday, July 18 2019
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In her new role, Kristen Lessig Schenerlein will execute and oversee all programming content, including all monthly programs in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Pinellas, Marion and Sebring Counties.

Posted Thursday, July 18 2019
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If she made a list of tools for fighting Parkinson's disease, Lakewood Ranch's June Schuer wouldn't have put a paint brush and stepladder among them.

Posted Thursday, July 18 2019
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COVID-19 Update:

The health and safety of our Parkinson’s community is our number one priority. Until further notice, Neuro Challenge's programs and services are being offered virtually.

Neuro Challenge's goal is to educate, engage and empower the Parkinson’s community. During these uncertain times we find it most important to provide information and resources that address COVID-19 and Parkinson’s Disease. Please visit our Covid-19 and PD page for more information. 

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