Welcome to the APDA Georgia Chapter

About the APDA Georgia Chapter

The APDA Georgia Chapter works tirelessly every day to support and empower those in our community who are impacted by Parkinson’s disease (PD). We promote hope and optimism through innovative services, programs, education, and support, while also funding vital research. We are here to help you and your loved ones every step of the way.

Services we provide:

  • Educational programs and resources
  • Support groups
  • Exercise and wellness classes
  • Information and referrals
  • Financial support programs
  • and much more

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Find Resources & Support Groups

We provide local resources and support to the Parkinson’s community. Find a support group, join an art or movement class, get physical or occupational therapy, or take part in clinical trials. Discover all the resources that may be available to you brought to you by your local team at APDA.

APDA Georgia Contact Information

Barbara Mooney, Chapter Coordinator
bmooney@apdaparkinson.org
Paul Demick, Chapter President

APDA Georgia Chapter Contact Information
APDA Georgia Chapter
PO Box 2287
Loganville, GA 30052
404-325-2020
apdaga@apdaparkinson.org

APDA Information & Referral Center at Morehouse School of Medicine

Chantale Branson, MD, Medical Director

Barbara Gadson, I&R Coordinator
APDA Information and Referral Coordinator
470-791-4332
BGadson@msm.edu

APDA Information & Referral Center at Emory Neurology Clinic

Nikita Morency, LCSW
APDA Information and Referral Coordinator
Emory Clinic Dept of Neurology
12 Executive Park Dr., NE
5th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30329
404-712-7091
Nikita.morency@emory.edu

APDA Center for Advanced Parkinson Disease Research at Emory University School of Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine
Thomas Wichmann, MD, Interim Director

APDA funding supports:

  • Functional surgery
  • Research trainees
  • Two day intensive evaluation of Parkinson’s Disease patients
  • Approximately 10,000 total patients seen yearly

Help Our Community

Make an impact to help people with Parkinson’s in your local community. Your ongoing support makes our work possible. Please give what you can so that we may see a cure for Parkinson’s in our lifetimes.