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CareMAP

Introducing CareMAP: An Online Guide to Caring for Someone with Advanced Parkinson's Disease NPF is pleased to announce the launch of CareMAP, which provides practical suggestions for coping with the complex problems that arise as a result of advanced Parkinson's disease. Explore caremap.parkinson.org today! More...

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Moving Day(r) Columbus

Registration Now Open for Moving Day® Columbus Join us on Sunday, September 20, 2015 at the Columbus Crew Stadium for our Annual event. Last year, we raised over $167,000 from nearly 900 participants, far surpassing the initial goal of $115,000. This year, we are setting our sights even higher, with a goal of $175,000. With your continued support, we can meet our goal, showing “People Who Move Change the World®” More...

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Rainbow Book Education Series

NPF continues to offer print copies of our popular ‘Rainbow Books’, the widely respected ten-volume Parkinson's education series focused on issues critical to patients. More...

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Functional Fitness Fitness Plan IV – Floor Posture
David Zid shares his Delay The Disease Exercise of the Month More...


Functional Fitness Plan V - Balance
David Zid shares some floor exercises for balance More...


State of the Agency
Bryan Alltop, Board Chair, shares an update our efforts to serve the PD Community. More...


Mitochondria are Altered in Human Cell Model of Parkinson's Disease
Based on research in fruit flies, it has long been suspected that the most common mutation linked to both sporadic and familial Parkinson's disease (PD) wreaks its havoc by altering the function of mitochondria in neurons that produce the neurotransmitter dopamine. More...


Clinical Research Fund
The National Parkinson Foundation, under the direction of its Clinical and Scientific Advisory Board, has announced the 2015 Clinical Research and Intervention Investigator Awards for Parkinson's Disease. NPF has published a request for applications to fund cutting-edge research. Grant funding is available in three high-impact focus areas: More...




Tremble Clefs Session to Begin
Tremble Clefs Central Ohio is a therapeutic singing program for all designed to help with voice and communication challenges; no previous singing experience required. More...




The Parkinson's Outcome Project
The Parkinson’s Outcomes Project is, at its heart, the largest study ever conducted in Parkinson’s disease. It is a comprehensive, international clinical study that is currently tracking the care provided and outcomes achieved of more than 6,000 people with Parkinson’s who receive their care at NPF Centers of Excellence. More...