Dr Indu Subramanian, a movement disorder neurologist based in Los Angeles, US, shares why social engagement is crucial for the wellbeing of people with … read more about Parkinson’s Disease and Loneliness: “People are Hungry for Some Connection”
The Faces of Parkinson’s Disease
You can’t always see it in their faces. Symptoms can change from day-to-day and look different for everyone. From school teachers, personal trainers, and retirees, to parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends, they are all the Faces of Parkinson’s disease.
We host regular events to share the latest news related to Parkinson's disease and what to expect, directly from local neurologists and other experts. Learn More
Exercise is a vital component to slowing the progression of Parkinson's disease, so we offer a few different programs to encourage movement. Learn More
Our resource library provides information on the latest news related to Parkinson's disease which can be accessed online or toll free at (866) 903-7275. Learn More
Annual Move It! Walk for Parkinson’s Disease
Get involved in our annual Move It! Walk or one of several other fundraising and awareness events throughout the year.
I have been teaching Yoga for Parkinson's through the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas since 2013. During this time, I've had an opportunity to … read more about Yoga Instructor Shares Her Motivation to MoveIt!
My family is small; it’s me, my 8 year old daughter, and our two cats, Mouse and Gigi. Having a small family while having Parkinson’s disease is hard, … read more about Living Well With PD While Raising A Family by Rebecca Miller, PhD