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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month!

How can you make an difference? It's as easy as changing your profile picture on Facebook or adding a web banner to your website, blog or email. With these actions, we can make the world take notice of Parkinson's. Follow the instructions below and ask your friends to follow your lead!

 

 

Social Media: Change Your Facebook Cover Photo

Facebook Parkinson's Awareness Month Cover Image

Step #1: Download the Awareness Cover Photo

Download ours. Click on the image above to see larger version. Then right click the larger image and "save" it to your computer. Then upload it to your Facebook account and choose this image as your new cover photo.

Step #2: Update Your Facebook Status

Let others know why you changed your photo!

  • Suggested: I am changing my cover photo this April for Parkinson's Awareness Month. Join the fight against Parkinson's by changing your cover photo at www.pdf.org/april and copying and pasting this to your status.

Step #3: Spread the Word Ask your friends and family to change their profile pictures too! Together we can make the world take notice this month.

Email Signatures (250x88)

Download our Parkinson Awareness Month Email Signatures. Right click the image and "save" any image to your computer. Then use your email provider's tool to insert this image into standard signature. Everyone who receives an email will know about Parkinson's Awareness Month!

   


 

Web Banners

Download our Parkinson Awareness Month Web Banners. Right click the image and "save" any image to your computer. Then add it to your website or blog. You can hyperlink your image to the Parkinson's Awareness Month page - www.pdf.org/parkinson_awareness - so your readers can learn about PD.

Medium Rectangles (300x250)

   

 

Leaderboards (728x90)

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How else can you spread the word about Parkinson's Awareness Month? See tips and tools in our toolkit!

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