Moving Forward: Self-Efficacy: Taking Your Life Back After Parkinson's


Alliant Energy Center-Exhibition Hall, Mendota 1/2 Meeting Room, 1919 Alliant Energy Way, Madison. Enter at main gate off Rimrock Road.


No registration required.

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For questions, please contact the UW Health Movement Disorders Clinic (608) 263-5442


  • Janice Prince, Parkinson's patient
  • Teresa Mangin, MD, Department of Neurology, Movement Disorders

Self-efficacy is having confidence in one’s ability to manage a health condition. People with high self-efficacy keep a positive attitude and approach difficult tasks as a challenge. Ms. Prince, who has lived with Parkinson’s since 2011, will share tools you can use to build confidence and abilities and enrich your quality of life.


About Moving Forward


This presentation, part of the Moving Forward seminar series, is free and open to all patients, family members and anyone wanting to advance their knowledge about these medical conditions. Learn more about the Moving Forward series and see the full schedule


Parking Information


Parking is free. Turn left past the ticket booths and park in front of the exhibition hall close to the right side where our meetings will be held. For attendees’ convenience, there is a drop-off lane, a ramp and ample handicapped parking near the building.