Your Guide to Parkinson's Resources

The Movement Disorder Specialist Finder tool, created by Partners in Parkinson's, works closely with the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society to help you locate a movement disorder specialist nearby. 

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USA.gov

USA.gov, Office of Citizen Services 1275 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20417
800-333-4636
http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Health.shtml

Find an A-Z list of health topics and resources on insurance, prescription drugs, nutrition, caregiving, and more on this government Web site.

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The Parkinson’s Well-Being Map™ has been developed to support communication of a person’s Parkinson’s status with their care team.

Using the Map you are able to:
• Monitor your condition
• Review your motor and non-motor symptoms
• Make the most of your consultation to focus on the questions important to you

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US Department of Health & Human Services

5600 Fishers Lane
Rockwell, MD 20857
http://www.hrsa.gov

This federal resource will link you with a health center near you where you can see a doctor or specialist without insurance. These federally-funded health centers will allow you to pay what you can afford, based on your income. The health centers can be found in most cities and in some rural areas.
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The United Way provides free and confidential information and referrals to assist with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling, and many other needs. Web site visitors can search for organizations by city, state, or ZIP Code, and refine their results by using keyword searches to find services that may be available in their areas.
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Find Local Assistance

Your local Information and Referral Center Coordinator can provide you with referrals and make sure you know about the educational and support activities available in your community. 

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