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InterContinental Bellevue at The Avenue
850 103rd Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

5:30 pm Silent Auction Opens
7:00 pm Dinner & Live Auction

On this night, we HOPE to raise enough funds to continue offering all the programs and support resource in our PD Tool Box. Please come and enjoy the evening in the brand new InterContinental Bellevue at The Avenue in Bellevue, WA. The paint is still drying, but we are excited to Celebrate here with you!

We are honoring the amazing Dr. Dan Brzusek, D.O. Dr. B graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Served two years in the US Air Force, active duty and 3 years in the Reserves. He completed a Residency at the University of Washington and is a Board-Certified Specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Brzusek had a Clinical Practice from 1976 to 2017 and has been on Medical Staff at Overlake since 1976. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's 20 years ago. He has served on many Boards, has been a Clinical Professor for the UW and a Regional Dean for Pacific NW University. He is married to his wife of 55 years. Has two daughters, 5 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren. He is beloved, by his family, friends, and the community and continues to charm people with his wit. 

Our programs team curates FREE localized Parkinson’s education, movement, voice, and mindfulness offerings. Our social work team provides FREE personalized care consultations to individuals and families to help them navigate the challenges of life with Parkinson’s. These programs and services are 100% free and therefore accessible to all, regardless of ability to pay. 

A Little History:

NW Parkinson’s was founded in 1998 to bring Parkinson’s care to the Northwest. After several years of advocacy and fundraising, NW Parkinson’s established the Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Care Clinic at Evergreen Health to improve the quality of life for patients and families living with Parkinson’s. Today, we continue our work by the same committed principles. We are a…

Lifeline of HOPE, so no one walks the Parkinson’s journey alone.

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