Saturday, July 13
PDF Champions: Eighth Annual Academy 4 Lil' Angels Golf Tournament
Saturday, July 27
PAIR: Second Annual PD Conference
(Baton Rouge, LA)
Friday, August 9-Sunday, August 11
PAIR: Southeastern PD Conference
Tuesday, September 10
PD ExpertBriefing: Sex and Parkinson's
(Online or by phone)
Let's talk about sex. Help us prepare our PD ExpertBriefing: Sex & PD, by giving your feedback in this four-question survey.
This Summer, Join the Conversation
How are you spending your summer? Here are some ways to meet others in the PD community online or outside.
Make Friends, See Photos on Facebook
What are others thinking about the latest Parkinson's headlines? Have you seen the inspiring photos from this past weekend's swimming fundraiser in Minnesota?
More than 25,000 are connecting through PDF's Facebook page, sharing stories and photos. Will you join them?
Connect on Facebook
Be the First to Know on Twitter
If Twitter's more your style, follow us @PDFparkinson and you'll be the first to see the latest science headlines. You can also follow James Beck, Ph.D., PDF's Director of Research Programs, @jbeck_PDF to get Parkinson's news directly from our in-house scientist.
Follow Dr. Beck
Did you miss any of this year's live online seminars? Watch PDF's more than 30 seminars over the summer at anytime of day from the comfort of your own home. You'll find tips on nutrition, fall prevention, driving and more.
Browse Online Seminars
Prefer to meet in person? Attend one of the community events listed at right to learn more, celebrate and meet others!
And remember, if you have questions about Parkinson's disease or resources, call PDF's toll-free HelpLine at (800) 457-6676 or email us at email@example.com. Have a wonderful summer!
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