The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has approved a $1.7 million research award to the National Parkinson Foundation and Johns Hopkins University to deliver telemedicine care to people with Parkinson's disease in their homes.
A one-armed skydiver’s world record setting event for his father. Kevin Burkart is passionate about helping people with Parkinson’s live well and he is passionate about skydiving. Kevin combined his passions to create Perfect Jumps for Parkinson’s Disease. Sponsor a jump in honor of someone whose life has been affected by Parkinson’s — proceeds benefit the NPF Minnesota Chapter.
Would you like to know more about Parkinson’s medications? Join us for a free webinar, Medications: Learning the Facts and Dispelling the Myths, to understand the goals of Parkinson’s disease treatment and become familiar with the effects of Parkinson’s disease medications on motor and non-motor symptoms.
Dr. Michael S. Okun, NPF’s National Medical Director, has written a new book that focuses on the secrets that help people with Parkinson’s live with hope and happiness. Based on his experience as a Movement Disorders Specialist, the book addresses issues surrounding Parkinson’s disease and the secrets that have changed people’s lives