About APDA Wisconsin

APDA Wisconsin Chapter 

The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association was founded in September 2005. The chapter is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization committed to raising public awareness of Parkinson’s disease. Our mission is to empower the Wisconsin Parkinson’s community through education, support and mind/body programs. Since 2005, the chapter has held several successful walk-a-thons to raise money for national research, helped establish new support groups across the state, developed an exercise program for people with Parkinson’s disease and implemented a caregiver respite program.

About the Information & Referral Center

The APDA Information & Referral Center of Wisconsin is committed to assisting people with Parkinson’s disease and their families. The center offers a wide range of information and resources to help people better understand the disease and manage their lives. Information and services include up-to-date information on current medical and surgical treatment for Parkinson’s disease, educational booklets and articles on various aspects of Parkinson’s disease, referrals to neurologists and other Parkinson’s disease experts, referrals to support groups for people with Parkinson’s and caregivers and information about community resources and events dealing with Parkinson’s disease.

Meet our Board of Directors



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