IMPORTANT: DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19), ALL GAPS PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. GENERAL INFO ABOUT COVID-19 CAN BE FOUND IN THIS DOCUMENT FROM GERIATRIC RESOURCE SERVICES.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Keep moving, stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
ONLINE EXERCISE OPPORTUNITIES DURING COVID-19
Choose your online workout experience with Alex Tressor from PD on the Move!
Access his videos at: https://pdonthemove.com/start/workout
Join the online GAPS in Motion class from our friends at Dedicated Therapy.
Every Friday at 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Find out more by clicking here.
Daily "Exercise Snack"
In honor of Parkinson's Awareness Month, Dedicated Therapy is providing an opportunity to sign-up for a daily exercise sent to your email. Sign-up here.
Welcome to the Greenville Area Parkinson Society. The GAPS organization focuses on improving the quality of life for those living with Parkinson’s Disease. We can be reached at email@example.com or call us at 864-905-2574.
The Greenville Area Parkinson Society (GAPS) began as a social network in the early 1990s and became an official non-profit organization in 2012. The main goal of co-founders Patrick Sullivan and W. Stanton Smith is to offer support, education, and advocacy to the people of Greenville who are walking with this disease progression.
Sign up and become a member of GAPS! There is no fee and no required time commitment. Enjoy meeting people like you, enjoy fellowship and conversation, and learn how to navigate the world with Parkinson’s. Sign up and we will keep you updated about what is going on in the Parkinson community here in the Upstate and across the world.
WE ARE HERE TO WALK WITH YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY.
The Greenville Area Parkinson Society is the only non-profit organization in the South Carolina Upstate dedicated to providing advocacy, support, education, programs, and events to increase awareness and understanding of Parkinson’s disease and to support the caregivers and those walking every day with Parkinson’s Disease.