Sue Lougheed Thompson: The Paradox of a Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosis – A Personal Reflection, February 26, 2019

Sue Lougheed Thompson is an educator who taught in Toronto schools for nearly 30 years and has been living with Parkinson’s for the past eight.

The journey she has taken since being diagnosed at age 47 may surprise you. Join us on February 26th to hear Sue’s personal reflection on her life experiences with Parkinson’s including her part in the fundraising 500 Miles For Parkinson’s walk from New York City to Toronto in May 2016.

She holds an Artsci/PHE’87 and MA’89 from Queen’s University and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. She is currently a guidance counsellor at University of Toronto Schools.