Working to ease the burden and
find a cure for Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's Wellness supports about 30 weekly exercise classes and 15 support groups, provides information to families dealing with PD, and produces several events for the Parkinson's Community each year.      

Trouble sleepinG?

 

Sleep and cognitive issues are side effects of Parkinson's disease. What can you do about it? First, plan to attend the next in our year-long  series of free, educational sessions, PD Edu, on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at the Symmes Township Branch of the Cincinnati Public Library. Learn how you or someone you love with Parkinson's disease can manage these symptoms. Learn More Here

 

"The diagnosis of PD is not in our control, but how you face the challenge
of it is yours to determine,"
  Dr. Soania Mathur, Keynote Speaker at
Parkinson's Wellness Spring Forum 2016.
 

Read More About Dr. Mathur

 

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Support

Whether you're looking for someone to help you through an initial diagnosis or are seeking others with the same struggles, we're here.

Find a Support Group.

Education

Parkinson's manifests differently in every person. There's always more to learn and we're here to help you get the information you need.

Get Information Today.

Exercise

Exercise is one of the best things you can do for yourself as a person with Parkinson's...and there are plenty of options to choose from.

View Exercise Classes.

 

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What We Do 

Our Parkinson’s Wellness Chapter is based in Cincinnati and serves residents of Ohio, Kentucky, southern and central Indiana, and the Lower Peninsula of Michigan by:

  • Providing information to help patients, families and caregivers make connections that promote wellness in living with “PD”
  • Sponsoring/supporting programs of education, support, exercise and more for the Parkinson’s community
  • Building awareness about PD and reaching out to find and assist individuals and families affected by PD
  • Raising funds for local services and national research