May Support Groups

Support Group Meetings (10 Types)

Partner in Care Meetings

Open to: Non-Professional Caregivers

Share the ups and downs of caring for somebody living with Parkinson's. You are not not alone. Benefit from community knowledge, experience, and solutions. Vent, laugh, cry, release your frustrations, and give yourself a break in this loving and sympathetic space.

Village Meetings

Open to: People with Parkinson’s, Caregivers, Friends of the Community 

These educational meetings feature professionals serving the Parkinson’s community. Each meeting is packed with a wealth of information following themes like “Paying for Care,” “What to Know About Hospice” and “Nutrition” – you’ll want to bring a pencil and notepad! 

Round Table Meetings

Open to: People with Parkinson’s & Caregivers

Join a loving circle of like-minded individuals. Gather advice and technical knowledge about medication, therapies, common symptoms, and more.  Learn what works for others, share what works for you. Realize that others can relate to and learn from your journey with Parkinson’s. 

Mindfulness Meetings

Open to: People with Parkinson’s, Caregivers, Friends of the Community

Led by medical hypnotherapist Roger Moore. These meetings teach skills to help you improve your sleep, overcome trauma, depression, stress, anxiety, fear, and exhaustion through simple at-home exercises, guided meditations, and exploration of the body/mind connection. Give yourself the gift of a pause, and discover how you can improve your health, strengthen your resilience and enhance your coping skills.

Grief Group

Open to: People with Parkinson’s, Caregivers, Friends of the Community 

Facilitated by End-of-Life Doula Glendon Geikie, MSW, IELDA, CGCS. An exploration of anticipatory grief and loss, especially the living loss of movement, partnership, independence, life plans, and eternal loss. If you are suffering losses, this might be the space for you. 

Movement – Use It or Lose It

Open to: People with Parkinson’s & Caregivers

A time for discovery, with exercises geared towards people with a diverse range of mobility. Learn safe, at-home exercises to preserve and strengthen mobility, flexibility, strength, and balance. 


Young Onset Parkinson's Round Table 

Open to: People with Parkinson’s & Caregivers between the ages 18-59.

Anyone can get Parkinson’s – but a young onset Parkinson’s diagnosis can be uniquely isolating and confusing. Join Young Parkinson’s to discuss topics like dating, socializing, parenting, and working with Parkinson’s with people facing the same challenges as you.


Chair Yoga for Parkinson's

Open to: People with Parkinson’s & Caregivers

Yoga links breath and movement to bring harmony to the mind and body. Improve your core strength, balance, and stability while discovering new ways to move with Chair Yoga for Parkinson’s, led by April Jones. No previous experience with yoga necessary – all you need is a straight-back chair without wheels and an open mind!


Active Body, Active Mind

Open to: people with Parkinson’s and caregivers.

As we journey throughout our day, we are commonly called upon to manage more than one task at a time. In fact, incidents involving falls often stem from scenarios that require us to dual task. This fitness class incorporates mental games to engage both the brain and the body, boosting flexibility, balance, strength, and agility. Led by Kelly Willenborg.


Game Night with Lloyd

Open to: people with Parkinson’s and Caregivers, limit 8 participants.

Join PRO and co-host Lloyd Liefer for a night of laughter and mental stimulation with a virtual Game Night. Participants will play ‘Code Names,’ a word association game filled with intrigue and risk. No previous experience required but the group is limited to eight participants, so sign up fast!

Contact Us

Parkinson's Resource Organization
74785 Highway 111
Suite 208
Indian Wells, CA 92210

Local Phone
(760) 773-5628

Toll-Free Phone
(877) 775-4111

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Updated: August 16, 2017