Josefa Maria Malta Domingos
Josefa Maria Malta Domingos is a Physiotherapist specializing in Parkinson disease with over 12 years of working exclusively with Parkinson disease and atypical parkinsonism. She is currently a researcher at Radboud University Centre in Nijmegen (Netherlands) doing her PhD on ‘Practicalities of Community-based exercise programs in Parkinson disease” under the supervision of Professor Dr Bastiaan Bloem. The focus of her research is on how to develop and implement specialized community exercise programs for people with Parkinson; understanding how, when, and whom to include in such programs.
John M Dean, MA, CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist specializing in the treatment of Parkinson disease and related disorders. In 2009, he developed the first interdisciplinary Parkinson’s program for Life Care Centers of America, a program became the flagship for a network of 15 interdisciplinary teams throughout Colorado and Wyoming as well as a second network throughout Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and Northern Florida. He has served as a member of the faculty for the Allied Team Training Program (ATTP) from the National Parkinson Foundation and International Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Society.