CarePartner Support Programs & Resources

When someone you love is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD), it is natural to feel a range of emotions from confusion to anger to fear.  Taking care of yourself is as important as caring for your loved one with PD.

APDA is here to help with resources and support programs designed specifically for you.

2021/22 Caregiver Support Series

We plan to offer several sessions of the 6-week Powerful Tools for Caregivers series starting in the Winter of 2021.

Powerful Tools is a six week educational series designed to provide you, the caregiver, with tools needed to take care of yourself while caring for a loved one. Classes consist of interactive sessions; discussions and brainstorming to help you take the “tools” you choose and put them into action in your life.

Interested?  TAKE SURVEY  and tell us about yourself.

Or contact us at 206-695-2905, apdanw@apdaparkinson.org

APDA Literature

  • Download our publication called Becoming a Care Partner to learn about ways you can handle some of the challenges of being a care partner.
  • When a parent has Parkinson’s disease, the couple may wonder how to talk to their children about the diagnosis. My Mommy Has PD….But It’s Okay is a guide for young children about Parkinson’s disease

CarePartner Support Groups

National Caregiver Resources