the Parkinson San Marino Association from the Regency
Target: raise awareness public opinion on Parkinson’s, a disease that is increasing incidence in the elderly population with large economic, family and social repercussions. 150 patients under treatment on the Titan, for which it is essential – recalls the Secretary of State for Health, Roberto Ciavatta – L’multidisciplinary approach together withrehabilitation aspect.
L’Parkinson San Marino Association deals precisely with the promotion of motor activity, cognitive president, socialization, all factors as important as drug therapy, “to ensure – explains the Luigi Di Paolo – that the aggressiveness of this neurodegenerative disease is as slow as possible “. An antidote against isolation and a sedentary lifestyle to which Parkinson’s often induces. And here it is precisely in a socialization key, this evening at the Nuovo di Dogana, on stage “Park Rock’n’Roll”, tribute show to Elvis Presley. On stage the band of Roberto Elvis. The journalist participates in the evening with testimonies and experts Carmen Lasorella. The proceeds will be allocated to the activities carried out by the association.
Strong then the appeal to the institutions for the recognition of the role of caretaker. In the words of the Captains Regent, Francesco Mussoni and Giacomo Simoncini, the drive to strengthenI commit for a more “close collaboration between public structures and associations”. “Your association, despite the recent constitution, – observe the Heads of State, has soon committed itself to sensitize and involve our population, to create a support network of those affected by this pathology and theirs, becoming an essential point of reference for all of them (…) On the occasion of this welcome meeting, we wish families to express our gratitude to the President and to all the members of the San Marino Parkinson Association for the work done and for that tangible testimony of closeness that represents a reason for hope and trust to face the present and the future “.
In the video the interviews with Giorgio Crescentini, Honorary President of the Parkinson Association of San Marino e Roberto Ciavatta, Secretary of State for Health.