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Alexis Rutt (37) interviews her stepfather, Lloyd Mast (76), about his childhood upbringing, being drafted for the Vietnam War and living in Cincinnati, and about the way his faith has evolved over time.
Spouses Andrea Casson (59) and Glen Milstein (61) talk about their life together, remembering how they met and special moments like their wedding night and having children together. They talk about Andrea's experience with Parkinson's disease and what they have...
Brothers Steven Markel (67) and Donn Markel (72) share their experience with Parkinson's Disease, specifically Steven's diagnosis, Donn's role as a caregiver, and their father's experience with Parkinson's in the 1950s and 1960s.
One Small Step partners Beth Cheatham (66) and Jo Anne Wright (66) talk about their relationships with their parents, their experiences of desegregation, and about how politics are discussed in the news and social media.
One Small Step conversation partners Charles "Charlie" Bryan (73) and Andrew "Drew" Cleveland (38) discuss growing up, loss, and the current political climate.
Long-time friends Cherie Crosby (48) and Cynthia Samuel [no age given]d come together to honor Cherie’s father’s memory, reflect on his experience with Parkinson’s, and express their gratitude for each other.
Charles Burt (50) and his wife Laura Burt (41) discuss Charles' military service, his art, and his Parkinson's Disease diagnosis.
Husband and wife, Louis Haneef (66) and Diane Haneef (71), discuss their marriage, access to healthcare in the African American community, and Louis's Parkinson's diagnosis and treatment.
Sisters Kerry Miller (43) and Tara Hastings (40), reflect on their mother’s time with Parkinson’s Disease, stigmas around mental health, and how their mother’s lighthearted, kind spirit remained throughout her entire life.
Dr. Laurie Rogers (55) interviews her friend Dr. Maria De Leon (52) about her experience as a neurologist specializing in Parkinson's Disease and later being diagnosed with the disease herself.
Sarah Petersen (41) interviews her father, Thomas Bernhardt (87), who talks about a lifetime of changes from attending a one room country school house and living on a farm, to lessons learned in the army in the '50s, to living...
Chuck talks about his experience writing stories.
Brothers Michael McGiboney [no age given] and Jeff MicGiboney (50) share their family’s history with Parkinson’s Disease. They discuss how it affected their grandmother and father, and Michael shares his own experiences with Parkinson’s.
Coworkers Claire Judkins (52) and Renetta Mosley [no age given] discuss their work with Acadia and the importance of sharing stories about Parkinson’s Disease through the Yours, Truly campaign.
Siblings Claudette Bard (68) and Michael Lewis (63) remember their father, Robert J. Lewis Sr., and the times they saw how Parkinson's Disease had impacted him.
Colleagues Neal Hermanowicz (68) and Andrea Merriam (41) discuss Neal's career in neurology, treatment for Parkinson's Disease, and their upbringings.
A woman interviews her father about his marriage and 9 children
Stuart Munro (66) talks with his son Daniel Munro (30) about their childhoods, adulthoods, and plans.
Hope Winship (40) has a conversation with her father, Jim Winship (73), about college, friendships, El Salvador, and the importance of friends and family given recent health challenges.
Harrel "Bubba" Parrish (71) and Diana Parrish (62), husband and wife, discuss the first signs of Bubba's Parkinson's diagnosis, common misconceptions about the disease, and the advice they would give to someone newly diagnosed.
Friends Jennifer Meredith (48) and Larry Zarzecki (59) talk about their friendship, Larry's experience with Parkinson's Disease, and how he overcame a life-changing accident.
City Councilwoman Levette Fuller [no age given] and One Small Step partner, Michael "Blake" Powell (43) discuss the local political climate in Shreveport, influential people in their lives, and their love of the arts.
Terry Ward (77) interviews his spouse Judith Barrett (72) are her experience living with Parkinson's Disease and how the diagnosis has changed her life in retirement.
Millie Burke [no age given] tells her conversation partner Gus Alva [no age given] about her father’s experience with Parkinson’s Disease, and they discuss its lesser known symptoms.
Kelly Spain [no age given] speaks with her friend and husband's physician, Julie Kurek (44). Kelly talks about the symptoms her husband experiences, the challenges she's faced as a caregiver, and how her and her husband's relationship has evolved as...