Intimacy with Parkinson's

Dates: Tuesday, April 16
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm PT
Fee: Free

Approximately half of all men and women with Parkinson’s disease will experience challenges with intimacy and sexual functioning. These symptoms can be difficult to talk about but are important to address. Join Elaine Book, social worker at the Pacific Parkinson's Research Centre, and Tricia Wallace, clinical counsellor at Parkinson Society BC, for a vital discussion on intimacy and sexual functioning in Parkinson’s disease. Delve into the challenges and explore strategies to address emotional and physical barriers. Couples are encouraged to participate together, as the webinar focuses on relationship dynamics and communication.

Registration is required for all participants, with the option to remain anonymous during the presentation.

Hearthands Parkinson Society BC appreciates all gifts, as they allow us to continue to offer programs people with Parkinson's disease and their carepartners rely on. If you wish, you can make a donation by entering an amount in the Additional Donation field.
IMPORTANT: After registering through this form, please make sure to click the Zoom link that appears on the confirmation screen and input your name and email address. This will ensure you are fully registered for the event and get the access link.

Please note registeration will close on April 12 at noon.

Please note: These sessions are designed to provide general education and are not intended for individual advice and/or clinical care. Please note that any Q&A sessions that take place will not be recorded.