Our Journey

This is a glimpse into the path our family travels through with Parkinson's.

This is a glimpse into the path our family travels through with Parkinson’s.

This is our family of 4’s journey with Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease.  Early in our battle we decided to chronicle the view and lessons learned through our children’s eyes.  It is here I hope to preserve the dignity of their father and help capture their memories.

“I could walk a mile in your shoes, but I already know they’re just as uncomfortable as mine. Let’s walk next to each other instead…”
― Lynda Meyers

15 thoughts on “Our Journey

  1. Just saw your story on CBS. What a great product. I hope your success might lead you to incorporate your idea into other pieces of clothing. My mother has Parkinsons and arthritis
    and has trouble with dressing. Although she avoids buttons, zippers, etc there is limited
    bra choices. We just went to velco which she can manage, but there isn’t much available. I
    think your design would be a perfect solution.
    Wishing you great success!

  2. My mother is 82 and suffers from arthritis and dementia. She has a very difficult time buttoning her blouses and does not like pull over shirts. If there was a ladies line, I would be your first customer. Best of Luck, This is a wonderful idea!

  3. How can something I’ve been doing everyday for the past 80 years be so impossible? Said my Mom while recovering from a major stroke. Since then it has been my mission to build a better bra. I had tried magnets but magnets were either too weak or too heavyweight. Is a bra on your product list? If not, would you share your magnet technology?

  4. Just saw your shirt on KathieLee and Hoda. Such a great thing for children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Not just for adults. A wonderful idea!

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