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      Laura Imbimbo had a wake-up call four and a half years ago that changed her life. It all began with micrographia, tiny cramped handwriting. As an artistic person, Laura had big, loopy handwriting. When her handwriting became tiny and it physically hurt to write, she knew something was off. She was officially diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 51.

      While the diagnosis scared her at first she decided to approach it with positivity and make peace with it.

      Laura remains an artistic person, and she wants to keep on going because there is so much more she has yet to accomplish.

      Laura, you are a gift to this community!

      Now back to our PD Community: after your Parkinson’s diagnosis, how did you feel? Have your feelings changed since being diagnosed?

      To read the rest of Laura’s story, and learn more about her creative endeavors, click here:

      Our #30DaysOfPD initiative is running for the entire month of April. Each day, we are featuring a different story, and a different view of life with PD. To read all of the stories, visit our website.

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