NPF has released a public service announcement (PSA) featuring U.S. Senator Cory Booker (NJ) to raise awareness of the early warning signs of the disease and the important role family and friends play in caring for those affected. The PSA is part of the organization’s campaign for National Family Caregivers Month in November.
NPF is pleased to announce the launch of CareMAP, which provides practical suggestions for coping with the complex problems that arise as a result of advanced Parkinson's disease. Explore caremap.parkinson.org today!
NPF has designated The Jean and Paul Amos Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Program at Emory University as a Center of Excellence. This competitive designation is the highest recognition offered by NPF to a Parkinson's specialty clinic and represents the consensus of peers and leaders in the field that the Emory center is among the world's leading centers for Parkinson's research, outreach and care.
On January 25, 2015, you can race with Team Hope for Parkinson's in the Miami Marathon and Half-Marathon. You will make the personal achievement of running a long-distance race even more memorable by helping NPF improve the quality of care and change lives for people with Parkinson's.