"Moving Day shows us that we are not alone and reminds us that Parkinson's will not defeat us." - Kellyn #MyPDStory

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Are you walking, running, or dancing to #BeatParkinsons this weekend? Take a selfie or tell us what you're doing to #Move4PD!
If you've been recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, you're not alone. We've got advice for you written by people who have lived well with PD for many years.

Advice for People Newly Diagnosed with Parkinson's

You can now register to run the Marine Corps Marathon on October 22. If you want a guaranteed race entry make sure to run with Team Hope to beat Parkinson's. The slots will go fast so sign up before it's too late!

Marine Corps Marathon

Many people with Parkinson's struggle with constipation. Our Center of Excellence at the University of Florida Movement Disorders Center has great tips and a natural recipe that can help!

Parkinson’s Treatment Tips for Constipation » Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration » College of Medicine » University of Florida

There's a statement made by each and every person who comes to Moving Day: We WILL #BeatParkinsons.

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In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we thought we'd share information with you about our Center of Excellence in Tel Aviv. What makes this center unique? They include a sex therapist as part of their multidisciplinary team! Read more about this important program and get tips for a healthy sex life with Parkinson's.

Centers of Excellence Series: Tel-Aviv Movement Disorders Center Staff Sex Therapist

While not everyone with advanced Parkinson’s has dementia or paranoia, some do, and it can have serious effects on the caregiver.

CareMAP: Dealing with Dementia

Here is a fun profile photo and cover photo to show your support in beating Parkinson's! Interested in running with Team Hope this year? Visit to see which races you could join!
When we think of dedication and love, we think of YOU. Thank you for your tremendous support today and all year long!
"I am not a Patient, I'm a Boxer" - that's the attitude of our community beating #Parkinsons at Rock Steady Boxing in MAR-JCC. #Move4PD!
Will you be our #Valentine tomorrow?
“From Boston to Los Angeles, thousands of our supporters share a common goal—to help us beat #Parkinsons,” - Kayln Henkel reflecting on the Moving Day walk to #BeatParkinsons, which has raised over $13.7 million over five years to make life better for people living with Parkinson’s disease.

Read the full press release to learn more about the upcoming grant cycle and more, here:

The Parkinson's Foundation’s Moving Day® Walks Fund Local Parkinson’s Programs in 2017

"The great thing about getting a nasty disease is appreciating the little things in life..." #MyPDStory w/ Mariette

My PD Story: Mariette Robijn

Who inspires you to keep moving on your toughest days? For us, that special person is YOU: our incredible community doing #WhateverItTakes.
People with Parkinson's may experience depression because of psychological, biological and environmental factors. Learn how to identify depression and what can be done about it.

Depression & Parkinson's Disease

Breaking news! You can now register to run the TCS New York City Marathon on November 5. If you want a guaranteed race entry make sure to run with Team Hope to beat Parkinson's. The slots will go fast so sign up before it's too late!

TCS New York City Marathon

"I’m inspired by the persistent hope of those living with Parkinson’s," - John Lehr, Parkinson's Foundation CEO

In this exclusive interview with Parkinson's Life, John shares his goals for advancing care, awareness, access to treatment, and more for people with #Parkinsons.

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John Lehr: “I’m inspired by the persistent hope of those living with Parkinson’s”