Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s Hosts 3rd Annual Navigating the Parkinson’s Path



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For the third year the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s will host their annual Expo Navigating the Parkinson’s Path: Insights and Information for Improved Living. The half-day event, designed to educate, engage and empower the Parkinson’s community, will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2021 at Brentwood Baptist Church. The organization will also provide a virtual platform for individuals unable to attend the event in person.

This year the Expo’s keynote speakers include Dr. Peter Hedera, M.D. Ph.d  University of Louisville, Dr. Thomas Davis, Vice Chair, Research; Division Chief, Movement Disorders Professor Neurology Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Dr. William Petrie, MD Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

“This annual event allows the Parkinson’s Community throughout Middle Tennessee the opportunity to raise awareness around the diagnosis and provide education to individuals living with Parkinson’s, their caregivers, friends and family.” states Brent Peterson, Founder and Board Chair of the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s. Thanks to the generous donations from our sponsors and the support provided from our Parkinson’s Foundation grant, this event will be free of charge. The organization does require advance registration, for more information on tickets visit

Founded in 2009, the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s is a non-profit with a mission to support and enhance lives of people with Parkinson’s, their care partners, and their families to achieve their highest possible quality of life through awareness, education, and programs within a caring community.


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