Happy Parkinson’s Awareness Month! The 35W bridge will be lit up in a beautiful blue on April 17th in support of Parkinson’s Awareness, so be sure to take a look on your commute home. If you won’t be able to stop by, find a high definition livestream right here on the NPFM website!
Here at NPFM we focus on spreading awareness all year long, but the month of April is a great time to get involved and learn more about Parkinson’s Disease. Whether you are looking to participate in upcoming events or simply interested in learning more about our community, be sure to check out all of the great info that we have to share.
Read stories from Minnesota Parkinson’s patients, family members, friends, and professionals. Learn how NPFM is working to create Parkinson’s-friendly communities across Minnesota and find resources from friends of Parkinson’s across the state.
No matter what stage you are at in your Parkinson’s journey, NPF Minnesota is here to support your family in your Parkinson’s journey. We offer dedicated support resource for patients and caregivers, including information on:
Learn more from local Parkinson’s disease experts about Deep Brain stimulation and current research being conducted. Meet our team of Medical Advisors and ask the experts any questions you may be having.
Simply wondering about the basics? Be sure to take a look at our fact sheet for a more generalized overview of Parkinson’s disease.
How to Help
NPFM is working to make sure all people with Parkinson’s and their families can live well. We work every day to improve the lives of Parkinson’s care through research, education and outreach. You can support our work by making a donation
, or by joining us a corporate sponsor.
Together, we will improve care for Parkinson’s and enhance the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s disease in the Upper Midwest.
News & Events
Stay up-to-date on the latest Parkinson’s news from local sources and the national foundation. Moving Day® 2015 is approaching fast and we encourage you to learn more, here: www.movingdaytwincities.org