To help you continue to raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease this month, we have gathered Parkinson’s Awareness Month resources from other national organizations.
If you have additional resources you’d like to share, please submit them below in the comments.
Don’t forget to use #PDawareness when sharing resources and information on social media!
|Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN)
PAN has resources for requesting proclamations and a guide to help you raise awareness using traditional and social media.
|National Parkinson Foundation (NPF)
NPF has released an interactive, online version of the Parkinson Report. In this special issue centered on Parkinson’s Awareness Month, you’ll learn how NPF is accelerating Parkinson’s research, read about NPF’s new strategic plan, and be inspired by Tony Mendez, the real-life hero who inspired the movie Argo.
|Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF)
Get tips from others in the community by browsing, Awareness Advice from the Pros: A Toolkit for and by the Parkinson’s Community. PDF is also calling on people to vote by April 30 for their Second Annual Community Choice Research Awards.
|The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF)
MJFF will be sharing stories about how individuals can make a difference during Parkinson’s Awareness Month on their FoxFeed Blog.
|The Parkinson Alliance/Parkinson’s Unity Walk
Make every step count at the 21st Parkinson’s Unity Walk on April 25 in Central Park in New York City. One hundred percent of donations go to research. Learn more at UnityWalk.org and use #puw2015 to share information and hear from others on social media.
|Davis Phinney Foundation
The Davis Phinney Foundation released their Parkinson’s Exercise Essentials video online for free HD download this month.
|American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA)
APDA has created a great Parkinson’s Awareness infographic to share important information about Parkinson’s disease. They also have other resources on their website, including information about APDA Optimism Walks.