APDA PRESS Conference – What’s Next After Diagnosis (Session 1)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Session 2)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Importance of Exercise in PD (Session 3)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Session 5)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Session 6)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Session 7)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

APDA PRESS Conference – Building Your Healthcare Team (Session 8)

Online

American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Minnesota is proud to offer a special 8-week program for people who have been living with PD for the past 1-5 years. This unique program, titled PRESS, melds education about different aspects of living well with PD with psychosocial support and sharing. Care partners and adult family members of the person with PD are encouraged to attend the PRESS sessions as well. Attendance at all sessions is recommended to reap the maximum benefits of the program. There is no cost to attend the PRESS program, but pre-registration is required. This is a fully virtual program held via Zoom.   Session 1: What’s Next After Diagnosis (Monday, March 4) Session 2: Medication Management of Parkinson’s Disease (Monday, March 11) Session 3: Importance of Exercise in PD (Monday, March 18) Session 4: Dealing with Physical Symptoms of PD (Monday, March 25) Session 5: Tips for Daily Living Relationships (Monday, April 1) Session 6: Impact of Parkinson’s on Daily Coping and Relationships (Monday, April 8) Session 7: Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself (Monday, April 15) Session 8: Building Your Healthcare Team (Monday, April 22)

Race For Parkinson’s

The 14th Annual Race For Parkinson's is set to take place on April 27th, 2024 at Sertoma Park. Make our largest fundraiser a priority by adding it to your calendar. We're on the lookout for financial sponsors, and if you are interested in supporting this meaningful event, please reach out to our Race Coordinator, Deidre Hillman at raceforparkinsons@gmail.com or call her at 701 400-2598. Sponsors start at just $200 and it helps us offset the expenses of the event but also helps us raise more dollars to use throughout the year on our programming. If you can’t join us the day of the race, you can register for a virtual run/walk also! We hope you'll join us in making the Race for Parkinson's Fundraiser a memorable and impactful event. Your participation, sponsorship and volunteer efforts contribute to the ongoing fight against Parkinson's disease.