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Community Resources for staying home

Thanks to the Parkinson’s community, there are many ways to learn and connect while you’re safe at home.

We’ve been contacted by organizations across the country with resources to keep you meaningfully engaged from the safety of your home. Below are some resources to learn and connect.

BGF Resources

Our online exercise videos and cooking videos are great ways to stay active and eat healthy during this time. We’re also hosting a Virtual Book Club every Tuesday in April and an Expert QA every Thursday in April. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and friend us on Facebook for our live events!

National Resources

The Parkinson’s Foundation is an incredible resource for staying connected. The organization has a helpline staffed by nurses, social workers and therapists. PF also hosts online events and a PD Health @ Home virtual series. Visit the PF events page and search by “online” or “PD Health @ Home” to find a variety of educational and supportive resources.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation has all kinds of online resources to help you learn about Parkinson’s disease. The organization has a vast collection of archived webinars as well as live Third Thursday webinars on a variety of topics in Parkinson’s. MJFF’s podcasts also provide a high-quality series of educational content.

PMD Alliance’s Neuro Life Online Programs are happening many times a week and include interactive sessions with movement disorder specialists, therapists and other experts. The organization has also launched a Stay Connected Social Distancing Series with archived and live content available online.

Local Resources

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon has tele-support groups and online programs for people in Oregon and SW Washington. The organization also has a hotline for people to call if they need extra support.

Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation has Parkinson’s LIVE! archived and virtual live programs throughout the week. The organization also has a phone line for people living in Washington, Montana, Idaho and Alaska.

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