Red Button Campaign

The Red Button is APDA's unique symbol for Parkinson's Awareness Month (April). Help us capture attention and start important conversations about Parkinson's by clicking here!

Youth for Parkinson's

The APDA South Florida Chapter would like to thank Zoe Deitelbaum, a 9th Grader at American Heritage School in Delray Beach, Florida, who raised $403.00 and solicited Crestmark Bank for Matching dollars, totaling $806.00 for the Optimism Walk 2016! Zoe has made tremendous efforts- Each year she continues to increase her fundraising efforts as well as volunteers with friends and family for the Walk.

Announcing our Public Service Announcement

This month, APDA launched a new PSA, "Live with Optimism," nationwide. This exciting new initiative was developed to raise awareness and critical funds that will continue to Ease the Burden – Find the Cure for the 1 million people in the U.S. living with Parkinson's disease.

We hope you will take a moment to watch this important PSA and share it with all your friends and family.

Click here to watch the PSA !!!!!!!!

Ballet Movement Classes Renewed for BBT4PD

The APDA South Florida Chapter is proud to announce
our renewed sponsorship for the
Boca Ballet Theatre, Movement Class!

For more information on BBT4PD please contact the APDA South Florida Chapter at 800-825-2732

Spotlight on Well Being - It's a Family Affair

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Parkinson's disease affects the person diagnosed with it and everyone who is close to that person: family members, friends and co-workers. Join us to learn ways to achieve a sense of well-being while living with PD and how all members of the family can find support, hope and optimism along the PD journey. Please share this information with anyone in your support network that you feel will benefit from participating.

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Your generous support will help provide critical support and services to more than one million individuals nationally who are affected by Parkinson's disease today, as well as those who will need our help tomorrow.

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