Did You Know?
In the U.S., at least 100,000 people are newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s each year and one out of 20 of them are under forty. Our constituents include doctors, athletes, students, people struggling with homelessness and people with second homes, educated and uneducated people of any age, race, creed, color or ethnicity – often with competing, if sympathetic, needs and experiences. We aim to serve them all through a wide range of free support groups, access to top researchers and experts in the field, and our free pooled resource directory.
Who We Serve
People with Parkinson’s – available resources for people with Parkinson’s or Parkinsonisms include dedicated emotional support groups, information and education, one-on-one coaching, and more.
Caregivers & Family – available resources for people caring for, living with, or otherwise supporting a person with Parkinson’s or Parkinsonisms include dedicated emotional support groups, information & education, one-on-one coaching, the Memorial Wall, and more.
Service Providers – available resources for service providers and business partners include our Wellness Village Resource Directory, newsletter participation opportunities, event sponsorships, and more.
Support Groups – Through dedicated in-person support groups for caregivers and people with Parkinson's we distribute new information quickly and build a community network that teaches and learns from itself.
Wellness Village Resource Directory – The Wellness Village is a free, virtual, vetted, digital resource directory of the best available providers and services within the Parkinson’s world, designed to ease the research burden and introduce constituents to a wide range of holistic and practical support services to navigate Parkinson’s and maximize quality of life.
Information & Education – Through our long-running monthly newsletter, YouTube channel, and social channels, we educate audiences across the country – and the world – on the latest Parkinson’s news, tried and true lifestyle tips, research, and more. Open forums like our Village Meetings feature researchers, physical therapists, and elder law attorneys. One-on-one coaching sessions with Jo Rosen and the person with Parkinson’s, their caregiver, or the entire family, provide direct access to over three decades of learned experience.
Memorial Wall – A virtual place to hold the memory of someone who lived with Parkinson’s or Parkinsonisms…and their family members, caregivers, and friends who were touched by Parkinson’s. A virtual place where family and friends can grieve and heal, gain solace and understanding, and virtually ‘visit’ their loved one. A virtual means of announcing the passing to a greater number of people than can otherwise be accomplished through a tangible publication.
Call us to address your concerns and issues – we’re here to help!. 877-775-4111