Events

Heart of Caring Series (Aventura, FL) – 2 of 4
Saturday, August 5, 2017
RSVP today at www.parkinson.org/HeartOfCaring

Moving Day® Miami at Museum Park (Downtown Miami)
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Register today at www.MovingDayMiami.org 

Thank you to everyone that attended our 1st Annual Moving Day® Broward  on May, 7, 2017 at Nova Southeastern University. This event raised funds to support NPF’s mission to make life better for people with Parkinson’s through expert care and research. We use the phrase PEOPLE WHO MOVE CHANGE THE WORLD.® because through Moving Day® we will continue to make a HUGE impact in South Florida!
Click  here for pictures from the event!!!

Thank you to everyone that attended Moving Day® on November 13, 2016 at Museum Park. This event raised funds to support NPF’s mission to make life better for people with Parkinson’s through expert care and research. We use the phrase PEOPLE WHO MOVE CHANGE THE WORLD.® because through Moving Day® Miami we will continue to make a HUGE impact in South Florida! Here is an overview of the event!!

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2017/2018 Community Grants

Grants awarded through the funds raised at Moving Day® contribute to a growing community that learns together, grows together and builds a stronger network to beat Parkinson’s disease:

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HIPERFIT’s FUNctional Movement program

Monday Madness exercise classes with The Neuroscience Centers of Florida Foundation

Rock Steady Boxing at Michael-Ann Russell JCC

Yoga for Parkinson’s at Green Monkey Yoga Classes

Memorial Foundation, Inc. hosts Memorial Healthcare System Dancing, Kickboxing & more for Parkinson’s Classes

Broward Health’s Tai Chi classes

Wellness and exercise programs at the David Posnack JCC

Neuroscience Centers of Florida Foundation/Park Optimist Yoga Classes

Miami Beach JCC Exercise Training and Neuroplasticity (ETN) Classes

Questions about local programs/resources? Please contact our Helpline at 1-800-4PD-INFO (473-4636)