Southwestern Medical Center Centennial Room
Date: August 5, 2020
Time: 3:30 pm
The LOUD Crowd is part of the Parksinson Voice Project speech therapy program. The LOUD Crowd provides accountability and education through weekly group sessions where SPEAK OUT! exercises are performed and participants practice speaking with intent. As an added bonus, this maintenance program promotes camaraderie and provides support and encouragement.
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, please review the following safety measures we have taken to ensure your safety and the safety of our team members.
- LOUD Crowd Members may be accompanied by one (1) support caregiver, spouse or representative.
- All LOUD Crowd members and attending support representative must wear a mask upon entering the facility and during the entirety of the LOUD Crowd session. We ask that you bring your own mask.
- LOUD Crowd members can park in the front parking lot and enter the building through the main handicap entrance (circle drive with the buffalo in front). Security will open the parking lot and main entrance door only for LOUD Crowd member sessions. The parking lot will not be open during any other time. Please DO NOT arrive any earlier than 3:00 PM.
- Upon entrance into the building, each LOUD Crowd member and support person will perform hand sanitation and proceed to the screening table for temperature check and answering brief questions.
- After passing the screening, LOUD Crowd members will proceed to the Centennial Room. We will have seats preset at a distance of 6 feet per person and maintain the distances for the duration of each session. Masks will continue to be worn during the duration of each session.
- Support representatives will also be required to maintain a distance of 6 feet per person and wear a mask.
If you would like more information about the LOUD Crowd or the Parkinson Voice Project, contact program director Roni Gardner.