Two Marathons in Two Weeks Better Treatment in Your Own Two Hands Hitting It Out of the Park(inson’s) Calendar of Events Walking with Parkinson’s A Win-Win Strategy Spring 2016 Moving Day® Schedule It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over “Wines on the Bay” Raises More Than $87,000 for Parkinson's
The National Parkinson Foundation has raised more than $3 million through Moving Day® walks held around the country, raising more than $8 million since its inception in 2011.
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Last year, the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF), raised more than $3 million through 24 Moving Day® walks held around the country and collectively, Moving Day has raised more than $8 million since its inception in 2011. We are so proud o the million
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION Founded in 1957, the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) is a leading national organization with an extensive network of chapters, support groups and our global Centers of Excellence. NPF chapters offer community outreach programs and
Moving Day® Moments is the first Moving Day report highlighting the Parkinson's disease (PD) community's accomplishments through the National Parkinson Foundation’s fundraising and awareness program. 2014 was an amazing year for the PD community, and we invite you to learn more about this inspirational walk program and how it's impacting local Parkinson's communities across the country! Visit www.NPFMovingDay.org for more information on how you can help.
When the diagnosis is Parkinson’s, does seeing a neurologist for care really make a difference? Yes, according to studies done over the last several years. Yet most people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) don’t benefit from the special expertise of a neurologist. Today, some 60 percent of people with PD go to doctors who don’t specialize in Parkinson’s.