Parkinson’s Revolution

Parkinson’s Revolution is an indoor cycling experience that combines passion, determination, and community to generate awareness and advance the Parkinson’s Foundation’s mission toward a cure – because every 9  minutes someone is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

Find out more by clicking on the flyer link below or visit their webiste:

All skill levels are welcome.

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Caring for Yourself | An Event for Care Partners

The University of Colorado Movement Disorders Center and the Neuro-Palliative and Supportive Care Section are grateful to have care partners like you in our community.

November is Care Partner Appreciation Month and we want to say thank you.

Join us on November 22 to find out about what resources are available for care partners and have a chance to learn from other care partners.

Read more about the ways that Neuro-palliative and supportive care can help in this article published in UCHealth Today.


Who: Care partners of people with neurological disorders

What: A virtual event for care partners to connect, led by Malenna Sumrall, PhD who is a volunteer for Neuropalliativ and Supportive Care. Dr. Sumrall also runs a monthly tele-support group for care partners of people with neurological disorders. An introduction to Neuropalliative Care will be given at the start of event by Dr. Antonia Pusso.

Where: Zoom (Virtual)

When: November 22, 2022 at 11:30 AM

The event is free, but registration is required. If you have questions or need assistance registering, please call Nicole at 303-724-8984

2nd Annual Patient Commemoration Event

This is a non-denominational service where we honor our patients who have recently passed and their families.  The focus is on remembrance and healing.  Last year’s event was our first time doing it and it was an incredible experience.  This year’s event will be held virtually; while not ideal, we felt it was important enough for our patients’ families that we decided to move forward.  To protect our patients’ privacy, we are asking interested parties to email us at or call our administrative partner Candace Ellman at 303-724-2194 and she will send them the zoom link to connect.