Resources

There are many resources available to you in your journey with Parkinson disease. WPA is here to help you make the connections you need.

Here are some brochures and other handouts for you to view. We have all of these printed in our office, and we are happy to send them to you, or arrange for you to pick them up at our office or at a WPA event.

We hope you will attend educational programs in your area. Visit the Calendar page to see what programs we have coming up.

You might also consider joining an exercise class or a support group in your area. There are over 125 support and exercise groups around Wisconsin and the surrounding states. Many groups meet monthly or more often, and provide support and education about Parkinson’s in a non-medical setting.

One of the best things you can do is to educate yourself. Learn more about Parkinson’s and the resources available to you.

Videos

These sessions were presented at the 2018 Parkinson Disease Symposium.

Ask the Doctors: Dr. Ryan Brennan, DO, Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, and Dr. Taylor Finseth, MD, Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute, answered questions that were submitted through the day.

Cognitive & Psychological Changes in Parkinson’s was presented by Dr. Nichelle Rothong, PhD, Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute.
CLICK HERE to view the handouts Dr. Rothong used.

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