IMPORTANT: DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19), ALL GAPS ON-SITE PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. HOWEVER, WE HAVE DEVELOPED SOME ONLINE OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP YOU STAY CONNECTED.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Keep moving, stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
GAPS in Motion! is a weekly exercise/movement class designed by a person with Parkinson's for people with Parkinson's. Come MOVE with us!
Join the online GAPS in Motion! class with Alex Tressor from PD on the Move!
Every Friday at 12:00pm - 1:00pm
On Fridays at 12:00pm, use this link:
Meeting ID: 872 0831 5348
OTHER ONLINE EXERCISE OPPORTUNITIES DURING COVID-19
Choose your video workout experience with Alex Tressor from PD on the Move!
Access his videos at: https://pdonthemove.com/start/workout
Dance for PD at Home
Join the Mark Morris Dance Center from the comfort of your home. Find out more here.
Amy Says Dance!
The goal is to keep dancing and stay in touch!
Daily at 11:30am EST
Join with Zoom Video Conferencing HERE.
Please contact Robyn Kucinic at 864-905-2574 for the access password.
Pedaling For Parkinson's
Exercise your brain! Ride a bike!
Find an ONLINE class HERE!
Focus on range of motion and balance with this video from our friends at the YMCA!
Join Jean Parker in Qigong Tai Chi, presented during Strike Out Parkinson's Day 2020!
Join Janine Smith for Rock Steady Boxing, presented during Strike Out Parkinson's Day 2020!
Join Shannon Cobb for GAPS in Motion!, presented during Strike Out Parkinson's Day 2020!
EXERCISE IS THE BEST MEDICINE TO COMBAT PARKINSON’S DISEASE!
For more information, how to register, or how to join a meeting,
please click on the image for that particular program.
GAPS Support Groups are weekly support and sharing groups for both the people with Parkinson’s and their care partners at different locations throughout the month (Greenville, Anderson, Seneca, and Spartanburg), including virtual groups.
At this time, we are only offering virtual GAPS Support Groups. Please click the image for more information.
GAPS Coffee Talk is a monthly, educational series led by area experts in matters such as insurance, Medicare, home health, mindfulness, nutrition, and other topics relevant to our members. Registration is required. Meetings take place via Zoom every 1st Thursday of the month.
At this time, we are only offering a virtual GAPS Coffee Talk. Please click the image for more information.
GAPS Social is a monthly, fun social night for everyone to come and meet other active PD members, our board, volunteers, and staff. There are typically 18 socials throughout the year (9 in Greenville, 9 in Spartanburg) and one available virtually.
At this time, we are only offering a virtual GAPS Social. Please click the image for more information.
GAPS Bereavement Group is a monthly, virtual support group specifically for those who have lost a loved one through Parkinson’s Disease. No registration is required. Meetings take place via Zoom every 2nd Friday of the month.
At this time, we are only offering a virtual GAPS Bereavement Group. Please click the image for more information.
GAPS 101 is a quarterly, informational retreat day with valuable information on the basics of Parkinson's Disease and how GAPS can support you on your journey. This program is specifically catered to our newer members, but all people with Parkinson's, family members, and friends are welcome to attend. Registration is required. At this time, we are only offering a virtual GAPS 101. Please click the image for more information.
GAPS Health Education is a quarterly lecture by an expert on medical treatments, medications, and prescriptions for those dealing with PD. All are welcome to attend. Registration is required.
At this time, we are only offering GAPS Health Education online.
Please click the image for more information.
GAPS Connection is volunteer or staff calls to the members. All members receive personal phone calls so they can know they are not alone. Isolation is a major challenge for GAPS members. As part of our mission to walk with those who are walking with PD, we call them to ensure that each member feels they are a valuable part of our community.
GAPS Mentoring is a one-to-one, advisory relationship between a newly diagnosed person and an existing GAPS member who has been living well with PD to offer advice and encouragement for the journey. This program can be done through phone calls or video chat. Contact us today and we can put you in touch with one of our fabulous mentors! If you are a person with Parkinson's or a care partner and are interested in being a mentor to your peers, please call 864-905-2574 or use our Contact Page.
*You may need to download the Zoom app to your computer, phone, or tablet.
DON'T KNOW HOW TO USE ZOOM?
Watch this video tutorial.