While reading up on Parkinson’s, I came across a subject that is not often addressed: vision problems associated with the disease. For more information on the subject, I recommend reading this article from Parkinson Australia called “Vision and Parkinson’s disease”.
At Magic Instants on the evening of June 10, you will have the opportunity to take part in the silent auction and purchase wines from Michel Phaneuf’s private collection and several of his photographs.
Excerpt from his text, ““Life in Search of Beauty”
“Since I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, I keep thinking of this saying by Cervantes: ‘He who loses his health loses much, but he that loses his courage loses all.’ If my condition requires me to forgo wine, I will find great comfort in beauty. In beauty, I know I will find peace and joy in my final…
The official program is now available online. Register now for the provincial congress that will bring together the Parkinson’s community to address current issues surrounding Parkinson’s disease through discussions, seminars and presentations. The main theme of the congress will be empowerment.
What does empowerment mean to you? For the 2015 provincial congress, we are challenging you to capture images of empowerment in your daily life. The photos will be laminated during the congress, which will take place from April 22 to 24.
To submit a photo, send a high resolution JPG version of the image with a brief description by March 27 to Annie Turcot
Renowned author and speaker, Michel Phaneuf is joining us for Instants magiques 2015. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s himself, he will impart his passion for wine and photography on the evening of June 10, 2015 at the Canal Room of Restaurant L’Ambroisie.