Remembering Harry Wayne Williams

Harry Wayne Williams 8/22/1930 - 3/2/2016 Wayne was born in Youngstown, Ohio, the son of the late David and Clarice (Stevens) Williams. He was raised in the Brownlee Woods area and attended Youngstown City Schools graduating from Woodrow Wilson H.S. in 1948. He majored in Engineering and graduated from Ohio University in 1958. He worked in … [Read more...]

Remembering Ron Johnson

There were no more miracles left. Ronald Solon Johnson, born on March 3, 1934 in Roanoke, VA, died on March 12, 2016 at home in Indian Wells, CA. He was predeceased by his parents William Otis and Hylda Maude (Sink) Johnson and his older brother, Walter Clifford Johnson. While attending Andrew Lewis High School, he was on the football and track … [Read more...]

APRIL Message from PRO President Jo Rosen

April is Parkinson’s Awareness month, or is it? People with Parkinson’s, their caregivers and families are aware of Parkinson’s every minute of every day. Parkinson’s Resource Organization is too. Being aware is one thing, outwardly demonstrating your interest and support for those dealing with Parkinson’s gives all of us hope and energy. … [Read more...]

A TESTIMONIAL LETTER

THE BENEFITS OF THE WELLNESS VILLAGE A TESTIMONIAL LETTER Dearest Jo,   I will never forget meeting you at Lucy Curci Cancer Center when mom and I were there for her many tests. Later we learned she needed hospice and we found the right hospice center through you and the Wellness Village. I can’t thank you enough for leading us to your … [Read more...]

YOUR LIFE HAS CHANGED

YOUR LIFE HAS CHANGED By Robert Grove, PhD. Co-owner of Desert Psychology and NeuroScience Center   Dealing with Parkinson’s disease is not easy. Periods of postural rigidity and the temporary inability to move (freezing) are troubling. Tremors come and go for no reason. Balance issues can put you at risk for falling, and require … [Read more...]