American Parkinson’s Disease Association Missouri Chapter

Weather cautions– The Missouri Office of the APDA may close from time to time due to inclement weather. If this happens, you will find a note, here. Watch Channel 5 news for closures; programs in the office will be cancelled when Parkway schools are closed. Check your email in case something is sent from us. If in doubt, call the office at 636-778-3377.

Illness cautions– There is an uptick in illnesses and we ask that you please stay home and don’t risk infecting others in your classes or support groups if you are experiencing any symptoms. Also, you are welcome to wear a mask at APDA programs to protect yourself, if you would like.

About the American Parkinson’s Disease Association Missouri Chapter

The APDA Missouri 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.

Are you new to APDA? Click here and get a Welcome Packet full of information about Parkinson’s disease and about APDA Missouri Chapter programs and services.

Services we provide:

Contact Information

16100 Chesterfield Parkway W Suite 125
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

Phone: 636.778.3377

Hours of Operations:

Monday – by appointment only

Tuesday through Friday – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday – closed

APDA Center for Advanced Research at Washington University School of Medicine

Washington University School of Medicine

The American Parkinson Disease Association – Missouri Chapter funds the APDA Center for Advanced Parkinson Disease Research at Washington University School of Medicine.

Joel S. Perlmutter, MD, Director

APDA funding supports:

  • Provided pilot data for six currently funded NIH RO1 grants
  • Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease & cognitive impairment occurrence
  • Exercise, emphasizing gait and balance
  • More than 4,000 Parkinson’s Disease patient visits

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.