Resources & Support

Information & Resources

Support Groups

Find a sense of community by joining a support group near you. APDA has many Parkinson’s support groups throughout the state of Vermont.

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Respite Care

The Robert W. Hamill, MD Respite Care Program is available to all people with Parkinson’s disease who are living at home in Vermont with an unpaid care partner.

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Exercise Classes

Coping with Parkinson’s disease can have its set of challenges, but exercise can help keep Parkinson’s symptoms at bay. Joining a class can help you stay on track and become connected within the Parkinson’s disease community within Vermont.

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Lending Library

APDA Vermont offers a small library of books and video available on loan. Get in touch with us and we can arrange a book or video that can help you with your journey through Parkinson’s disease.

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Get in touch with us for more resources!

Have a perplexing PD question? Looking for a treatment provider? Need support? Want to know what is going on in the PD community? We can provide you with information and literature about PD and offer guidance in the search for community support and services.

Contact Charlotte Gowen, Program Coordinator for the Frederick C. Binter Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders at the UVM Medical Center.

Phone: 802-847-3366
Toll free: 888-763-3366
Email: apdavermont@apdaparkinson.org
Address:
UVM Medical Center
Department of Neurology
1 South Prospect St., Arnold 2
Burlington, VT 05401

Or, contact us through our contact page. 

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