We know that with a Parkinson's diagnosis comes a lot of uncertainty and a lot of questions. You can rely on us to get the answers you needs to make better, more informed choices about your health and care.
Our free publication series including What You and Your Family Should Know, Medications, A Guide to Deep Brain Stimulation and several others.
Our training for healthcare professionals focuses on all aspects of the disease, highlighting the importance of collaborative care teams in meeting all patients needs.
Our conferences empower people to take charge of their health. Group learning activities foster friendships and connect participants with experts in the field.
NPF's bilingual Helpline provides information on symptoms and treatments, care options, support and referrals to health professionals and resources. Contact the Helpline at 1-800-4PD-INFO (1-800-473-4636) or email@example.com.
First Connect My Page
This online tool was designed specifically for people recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and delivers tailored information written by people with Parkinson's offering practical advice based on their personal experience.
This free, easy-to-use smartphone app helps people with Parkinson's and their caregivers access Parkinson's-related information wherever and whenever they need it. Available for iPhone and Android phones.
Our newsletter features timely articles by people in the Parkinson's community.
Our monthly e-newsletter featuring breaking news updates and information.
"Ask the Doctor"
Our online forum at parkinson.org connects you with reliable healthcare experts, caregivers and people living with Parkinson's to get answers to all your questions.
Parkinson.org is a premier information resource for the Parkinson's community and includes our Parkinson's online library with free print publications, videos and webcasts.
Our chapters bring NPF's mission and goals to communities across America. Essential to our commitment to helping people with Parkinson's and their care partners, they provide access to local resources and services, such as support groups, exercise and wellness classes, education programs and more.