Upcoming Events

PRESS Program – March 22, 2021

APDA Virtual Parkinson’s Roadmap for Education and Support Services​TM ​(PRESS​™​)

Free program designed to get you started on the right road to manage your Parkinson’s journey.

The PRESS program features tailored content to address the needs of those who have been diagnosed within the last 5 years to begin their PD journey equipped with the knowledge to live life to the fullest and with confidence and optimism.   Sessions are facilitated by a trained healthcare professional and will include presentations by experts in the fields related to each topic. The meetings will also provide a structured platform for people to share their experiences, feelings, and strategies for coping with the disease. The group is open to any adult who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease within the last 5 years, their care partner and adult family members.  **This is a closed group and space is limited.** 

Mondays, March 22 through May 10, 2021
11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Registration is Now Open!
The “Driving Parkinson’s Away” Golf Tournament
Monday, June 7, 2021

Register Today to support families living with Parkinson’s disease!

2019 Pender Cup Champions
L-R: Tony Jones, Bob Smith, Kevin Hosmer and JR Roeder


APDA Let’s Keep Moving Fitness Series: Our partners at the APDA National Rehabilitation Resource Center for Parkinson’s Disease at Boston University have hosted live fitness-focused sessions on Wednesdays. These are short (approximately 20 minutes) sessions that offer education/instruction and the opportunity for the public to ask questions.

Dr. Gilbert Hosts… Series:  Dr. Rebecca Gilbert has hosted Q&A sessions with various experts via Zoom. These expert discussions included Q&A with attendees.  These are now available on our website.

Including titles like:

Demystifying the Magic Numbers: The Science Behind 10,000 Steps & 150 Minutes
Exercise Intensity: How Hard to Work & Why it Matters
Expert Panel Discussion – Exercise & Physical Activity in the “New Normal”

For questions please email: apdaga@apdaparkinson.org
or phone: 404-325-2020