Let's fight PD, together. 

APDA is the only national provider of a Young Onset Center specifically dedicated to educating and supporting those impacted by Parkinson's disease.  It is your generous contributions that allow APDA to support this specialized Center, fund the work of some of the most promising young scientists in the field of PD research, and provide the range of education and support services the PD community needs.  

How Your Donation Helps

Donations like yours allow us to continue providing young people with Parkinson’s disease, their family members, friends and healthcare professionals with accurate information and our free resource services including:

Star.FinalYoung Onset Call Center

Star.FinalFree Young Onset Publications

Star.FinalMonthly E-Newsletter

Star.FinalPerson to Person Program

Star.FinalCaregiver to Caregiver Program

Star.FinalLive Web casts

Star.Finaland much more!

Make an online donation now.

If you prefer to mail a check, please make it out to APDA National Young Onset Center and mail to:

c/o Central DuPage Hospital

25 North Winfield Road

Winfield, IL    60190

APDA's mission to "Ease the Burden" is accomplished through its nationwide network of more than 50 Information & Referral (I&R) Centers, more than 50 Chapters and hundreds of support groups. The organization also operates other dedicated Centers including the APDA Rehab Resource Center at Boston University and a Veteran's Center.  APDA also supports efforts to "Find the Cure," by funding researchers whose work shows promise for making scientific breakthroughs or for finding improved treatments for Parkinson's Disease.

To learn more about our programs and services visit How We Can Help .

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