• Grief and Loss

    In this last episode of Season 1, Jeremy and Doreen share the tragic losses they experienced around the same time as his diagnosis. They talk about moving through grief, how stress and depression trigger Parkinson's Disease symptoms, and share some of the things you can do to reduce the burden on your loved ones when you pass. 

    S1E5 - 29m - Dec 16, 2021
  • Facing the Music with David Loud

    Jeremy is joined by David Loud, a renowned Broadway music director, arranger, actor, and now author with his upcoming book, "Facing the Music: A Broadway Memoir." David shares the story of hiding his symptoms, a key moment when he had to face reality, the shock of his diagnosis, and the hidden blessings he found in ending a career that spanned decades to start a new vocation. Anyone impacted by Parkinson's Disease will relate to his powerful and sincere story that is both humbling and encouraging.

    E4 - 49m - Nov 29, 2021
  • The Next Generation

    What's it like to find out that a loved one like your own dad was just diagnosed with PD? In this episode, Jeremy is joined by a very special guest: his daughter, Lizzie, who shares her perspective with learning about the diagnosis, witnessing the symptoms, and thinking about the future. She has some very good advice for both those newly diagnosed with PD and the ones they love.

    S1E3 - 27m - May 27, 2021
  • A Time for Change

    After receiving his diagnosis of Young Onset Parkinson's Disease, Jeremy Likness and his wife and care partner Doreen had to make a few changes. In this episode, they share what the path forward felt like after the diagnosis and share their experiences that highlight the impact of Parkinson's Disease on everyday living.

    S1E2 - 35m - Apr 15, 2021
  • That Parkinson's Thing

    Jeremy and Doreen discuss the events leading up to his diagnosis of Young Onset Parkinson's Disease and their initial reaction.

    S1E1 - 48m - Mar 15, 2021
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