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Connect with the Broader PD Community

National Parkinson's Organizations


The American Parkinson's Disease Association (APDA) is the largest grassroots network dedicated to fighting Parkinson’s disease (PD) and works tirelessly to help the approximately one million with PD in the United States live life to the fullest in the face of this chronic neurological disorder.


The Parkinson’s Foundation is a national organization that educates, supports, and drives PD research. This organization sends free aware and care hospital care packets at no charge.


The Michael J Fox Foundataion (MJFF) is focused on building improved knowledge about the lived experience of PD.  Finding an objective test for Parkinson’s, engaging patients in research, and supporting the development of new treatments and a cure.


PWR's mission is to develop and implement worldwide access to cutting-edge Parkinson disease-specific neuroplasticity-principled exercise programs that promise to slow disease progression, improve symptoms, restore function, and increase longevity and quality of life. Our PESGSC instructors are all certified in PWR!Moves.


90% of people with Parkinson’s are at risk of developing a weak voice, leading to serious speech and swallowing difficulties. Parkinson Voice Project has developed an effective program that combines education, individual speech therapy (SPEAK OUT!), and ongoing group sessions (The LOUD Crowd). 


The Davis Phinney Foundation has brought to life some of the most important programs, research, content, and events for those affected by Parkinson’s. Our community includes people living with Parkinson’s, Parkinson’s care partners, families and friends of those living with Parkinson’s, physicians, and Parkinson’s allied health professionals.


PMD Alliance’s commitment to providing education, resources, connection, and support to our community remains as steady as ever. Their promise: you will not walk this journey alone.


Rock Steady Boxing was developed with the goal to dramatically improve the ability of people with Parkinson’s to live independent lives. The curriculum is designed to improve Parkinson's symptoms through a non-contact boxing-inspired fitness regimen. 



We also have PESGSC-specific resources for people living with PD and their caregivers. All can be downloaded or printed at no cost.

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