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Sarasota, FL - On Saturday, January 31, the Neuro Challenge Foundation and Sarasota Memorial Health Care System welcomed more than 500 guests to the 2015 annual Parkinson's Symposium. Sarasota is quickly becoming known as the location for cutting edge Parkinson's disease treatment, accelerated by the presence of the country's only non-profit that connects Parkinson's patients with community services and provides customized care plans, free of charge. The event is the second largest gathering of Parkinson patients, caregivers and specialists in North America and come from as far away as Ontario, Georgia, and New York to attend this signature event.

Sarasota, FL – On January 31, 2015, respected professors and doctors from Yale, Harvard, and the Southeastern Center for Parkinson Disease will gather in Sarasota to share the latest findings on Parkinson's disease and its treatment. Hosted by the Neuro Challenge Foundation and Sarasota Memorial Health System, the annual symposium is slated to attract the second largest gathering of Parkinson patients, caregivers and specialists in North America. With more than 500 people expected to attend, those affected by Parkinson’s come from as far away as Ontario, Georgia, and New York to attend this signature event.Click here for a list of topics. Click here to register.

Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson's Executive Director Judith L Bell was featured in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune's January edition of Style as one of the County's medical philanthropy executives. Also featured were Alex Quarles of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System Foundation and Darla Moss of Community Haven. Her role in leading the Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson's in helping members of the tri-county area (Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte) who are affected by Parkinson's disease is discussed by journalist Gayle Guynup. The board and staff of Neuro Challenge are honored and excited that the Foundation was included in this feature!