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This website was created to provide helpful information and resources available for Parkinson disease. We hope to bring people facing similar life challenges together to share their stories, advice, and support. Find others who know exactly what you're going through.

Monthly Meetings

Parkinson Support group will meet on the first Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at Midland Hospice 200 SW Frazier Circle. If coming from the west on 6th street, turn left on Frazier which is the first street east of Gage and 6th. If coming from the east on 6th street, turn right on Frazier which is three streets west of Oakley. Meeting room is in first building. Turn right into the parking lot before you get to the building and go around to the back.

For questions about this notice, please call:

Jean Barton
(785) 478-9045


Rob Peppers
Work 272-6397


Go to contact us if you have any questions.

If weather is bad and we cancel, call Jean's number and she will leave a message only for cancellations on her answering machine.


Next Meeting

November 2nd

Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital is looking for 3 more volunteers to participate in a Parkinson Disease training course being held at the Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital for staff training. Location 1504 SW 8th (corner of 8th & Lane) Times needing volunteers Saturday, November 11 - 1:30-2:30 - need 1 more Saturday, November 11 - 3:00 - 4:00 - need 1 more Sunday, November 12 - 11:30 -12:30 - need 1 more Contact Christian Benedict 785-235-6600 to reserve your spot.

November Guest Speakers: Double header: Briefly - Introducing Adam Schroeder, who is organizing the first Rock Steady Boxing class in Topeka. Rock Steady Boxing is an exercise that has helped some people with Parkinsonís feel better! Main Guest Speaker: Terry Westhofff: a representative from, the Medtronic Surgical Technologies company that manufactures the deep brain stimulation parts (DBS).


Parkinson Support group will meet at 5:30 to 7:00 PM at Midland Hospice, 200 SW Frazier Circle.