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What needs to be done to raise awareness?

First 100 responses receive a signed poster, “Fight Parkinson’s Now” wristbands and a hat.
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Tell Us What the World Needs to Know About Parkinsonís

Thank you for making a difference during Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2012. Help with future efforts by sharing your story and letting us know what the public still needs to understand about Parkinson’s.


How Can We Raise Awareness?

During the month of April, you and others in the Parkinson’s community were incredibly active in making a difference. You asked local officials for proclamations, created awareness displays in your libraries and raised funds for research.

But as you well know, awareness is still needed, not only during April, but also all year long.

  • Is there a certain fact about Parkinson's that you think the world needs to know?
  • Is there a way that PDF could better support your efforts?
  • If you didn’t participate in Parkinson’s Awareness Month, is there a reason why?

If so, please help us by completing a 20-question survey about the state of Parkinson’s awareness and your activities this year. In appreciation, the first 100 respondents will receive a “Make a Difference” poster signed by WNBA star and PDF Champions Ambassador, Ivory Latta, a hat and a package of “Fight Parkinson’s Now” awareness wrist bands from PDF.*
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*Contact information must be provided during the survey. 

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If you have or believe you have Parkinson’s disease, then promptly consult a physician and follow your physician’s advice. This email is not a substitute for a physician’s diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease or for a physician’s prescription of drugs, treatment or operations for Parkinson’s.