Education at MJFF
Learn more about Parkinson's disease through MJFF's educational offerings
Parkinson's is a complex disease that varies widely from person to person. An evolving understanding of the disease at every stage can help patients and families navigate current symptoms and adjust a treatment plan over time.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation provides a variety of opportunities to learn more about life with Parkinson's, and the promising research under way to advance the development of improved therapies.
In this series, MJFF's on-staff movement disorder specialist discusses popular Parkinson's topics. Explore blog posts and videos that cover issues such as exercise, DBS, "off" episodes and how to advocate for your best care.
View our live webinars to learn about various aspects of living with Parkinson's disease and the Foundation's work to speed medical breakthroughs. Log on, listen to the expert discussion and submit your own questions to our panelists.
Subscribe to our podcast series to learn more about the latest breakthroughs in Parkinson's research. Veteran journalist Dave Iverson moderates conversations with scientists and MJFF staff members.
In these easy-to-read, downloadable guides, Rachel Dolhun, MD, and other experts provide practical tips and real-world advice for navigating life with Parkinson's disease. Subjects include sharing diagnosis at work, talking to children and teens about Parkinson's, and managing a healthy diet for PD.
Hear personal stories from patients, families and caregivers; read about events in your area; learn about how public policy impacts the Parkinson's community; discover the latest in Parkinson's research and treatment.
Every person diagnosed with Parkinson's disease (PD) embarks on a unique journey. Parkinson's 360 is a candid and relatable multimedia toolkit that equips patients with resources to live well, discover research and navigate life with PD.
Research to discover new therapies for Parkinson's is moving fast. But clinical trials face a roadblock that slows progress -- a chronic shortage of research volunteers. The Trial Participant Pack lays out what you want to know about research participation in an easy-to-use guide and videos.