William Lee Kneissl, 82, died at home on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, after having a full and love filled life.
Free to a good home:
A special Bruno Valet Plus car seat that came from a 2014 Chrysler Town and Country van
Pride scooter/wheelchair lift that was also on the van. It goes into a tow bar on the vehicle.
The owner would love someone who needs them to have them since they are dreadfully expensive when new.
Contact owner by calling Johnine (Jonnie) Simpson 518-527-9155.
For the average person, traveling is a minor frustration. Security lines, delays, crowded airports and cramped and long lines at snack shops and restaurants are par for the course. However, if you’re living with Parkinson’s, those things aren’t just frustrations, they can be so troublesome and aggravating to deal with that you choose to stay at home.
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$15 per shirt. Available in sizes small, medium, large and x-large.
Color and design may differ slightly from picture shown.
This is a limited edition high quality cotton t-shirt.
100% of the profits from the sale will go to the support group.
You can get yours at the Picnic, but better to reserve your shirt as quantities are limited.
Contact PKK2222@yahoo if you want one. Patrick Klee with take, Venmo, Zelle or cash.
A worthwhile book by Lynda Shrager from Slingerlands.
Foods to eat, foods to avoid. Supplements and more
You just have to decide if you’re Tigger or Eeyore. Tigger finds the fun in every situation. Eeyore wallows in self-misery.
I wish we had something like this in Albany
InMotion, a nonprofit health and wellness resource center for those living with Parkinson’s disease, has been recognized around the country for its no-cost Parkinson’s disease support and outreach.
Rossi said InMotion offers various programs for those living with Parkinson’s, with classes that are specific to their symptoms and needs. It offers classes in cycling, yoga, tai chi, boxing, dance and a program called Better Every Day, which is a unique fitness program designed for those living with Parkinson’s disease