5 Things to Know (3.25.20)

  1. Your health and wellbeing are our primary concern. People with Parkinson’s are easily considered part of the vulnerable population. Therefore, we are encouraging good hygiene, frequent sanitizing, and staying home. You can click here for the Governor’s order: https://www.sos.ok.gov/documents/executive/1920.pdf   Please click here for more guidance from the CDC.
  • Oklahoma LOUD Crowds® will NOT meet in person until AT LEAST AFTER April 15th. At that point, we will re-evaluate the situation and communicate via email, website, facebook, phone message, etc.
  • Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma support groups will not meet until AT LEAST AFTER April 15th. We will re-evaluate at that point.
  • Since many of our partners are hospitals, long-term care communities, and gyms, most if not all other exercise classes and LOUD Crowds® may also adjust their schedules. These groups are following similar guidelines.
  • Things you CAN DO!
  • We are making video options available daily either on our website, on Facebook, or via Zoom video. Please check our website at www.ParkinsonOklahoma.com/videos to participate from home with:
    • LOUD Crowd®
    • Exercise sessions
    • Support/Educational sessions
  • Join one of our four Parkinson’s Rally Walks & 5ks in Oklahoma! Click https://parkinsonoklahoma.com/rally/ to start a team, register, or donate for the Lawton, McAlester, Tulsa, or OKC event. We will NOT cancel any of these events, though we MAY reschedule some dates and add a virtual walk option. These fundraisers are crucial for the ongoing services of the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma.

As we navigate this unique situation, our primary concern is your safety and wellbeing. Stay tuned for future updates.