We find that there are a great number of free resources, both in print and online, for people living with Parkinson's and for those whose loved ones have been diagnosed. Sometimes there is so much information that it can be overwhelming and other times it may be hard to find that exact piece of information for which you are looking. We encourage you to rely on the organizations that have been working in the Parkinson's field for many years to get your resources. They have leading experts helping them to review and prepare their materials. It's important that you get your information from a trustworthy source, not just some random site on the internet.
We suggest that you start by looking at the groups local to your region of the world to get your questions answered.
The best place to start is with the WPC Organizational Partners
It's through our OPs that you will find the resources you need. If you can't find something on their pages, we suggest that you call them or perhaps check out the pages of another WPC Organizational Partner.
Finding resources is imperative, but ensuring that those resources are accurate is crucial to your health and well-being. If you are not finding what you are looking for, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.