Photo of couple, browsing educational materials.Community Education SpiralDesigned for people living with Parkinson's, Care Partners, and Loved Ones


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Care Partner Program

Happy Older Couple Taking PhotoThe aim of the Parkinson's Foundation Care Partner Program, is to promote awareness, create actionable strategies for self-care, develop clear networks for support and provide relevant tools that will empower the Care Partner on their journey.



Your Interprofessional Care Team Approach to Cognitive Changes

Two women looking at a chartParkinson’s is complex and can take multiple professionals to work collaboratively to deliver your optimal care plan. Our interprofessional care team approach focuses on assessment, recommendations, and treatment options to help you find strategies for adapting and coping with cognitive changes.


Communicating Your 5 Parkinson’s Care Needs During a Hospital Visit

People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) are at a higher risk of hospitalization and face many challenges while in the hospital. This year alone, one in every six people with PD will experience avoidable complications in the hospital. Whether you live with Parkinson’s or love someone who does, it is important for you to be aware of the risks, prepare ahead of time and know how to advocate for your (or your loved one’s) needs while in the hospital. This course, along with the Hospital Safety Guide, will help you and your loved ones prepare for and navigate a future hospital stay, whether planned or unplanned.

Full Course Catalog

Looking for resources for your patients? Are there tools you'd like to share with your interprofessional health care team? Access our full course catalog here!



The views expressed in the Parkinson’s Foundation Learning Lab (“Learning Lab”) are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent those of the Parkinson’s Foundation and its employees or its Board of Directors. The primary purpose of the Learning Lab is to educate and inform.The Learning Lab does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding Parkinson’s disease or any other medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical care because of something you have read or seen in the Learning Lab.

All data from pre and post quizzes and evaluations will remain anonymous and analyzed only in the aggregate. The Parkinson’s Foundation reserves the right to utilize de-identified and aggregate pre-post quiz and evaluation data for program improvement, grant reports, abstract submission, and research purposes.