“Those who fight Parkinson’s with knowledge always find solutions” Dr. Rana
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals with Parkinson's disease and their caregivers by education and providing other supportive services.
“Lack of education about Parkinson's and poverty are two epidemics affecting care of Parkinson’s patients around the globe” – Dr.Rana
HELP US BRING A GLOBAL CHANGE IN PARKINSON'S CARE
We help Parkinson’s patients suffering from poverty in all parts of world to get the best medical care through Education, Supportive services and Advocacy. Our ability to reach different communities around the globe in various languages makes this program unique.
Did You Know?
MILLIONS OF PARKINSON'S PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM POVERTY AROUND THE WORLD....
Cannot afford to buy medications for their treatment,
Are not able to afford consulting a neurologist or other healthcare provider,
Can't afford to purchase a cane, walker, wheelchair or an electric tooth brush
Can't obtain educational literature about Parkinson’s in their language,
Our Unique Free Services for Parkinson's Patients:
Providing medications free of charge to patients who can't afford,
Distributing Canes, Walkers and Wheelchairs to prevent falls,
Providing electric tooth brushes to patients to help dental hygiene
Providing Parkinson's educational brochures in 15 languages ,
Free Parkinson's Clinics for patients who can't afford,
Parkinson's Education Clubs in various parts of world,
Chapters of World Parkinson's Program in healthcare institutions
Free electronic educational newsletter to all subscribers,
Fall Prevention Campaign,
Parkinson's Education Campaigns in various parts of world,
Parkinson's Community Service Award,
Support us to improve lives of those living with Parkinson’s... You can make a difference by helping even one person with Parkinson's!
We are seeking healthcare workers and organizations dealing with Parkinson’s to cooperate with us to deliver Parkinson’s disease literature, canes, walkers, wheelchairs and medications free of charge to those patients who are not able to afford these necessities in Africa, Asia and other parts of the world.
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We are seeking volunteers, and healthcare institutions to start PARKINSON'S EDUCATION CLUBS in their cities in cooperation with World Parkinson's Program,
Recipients of Dr. Rana International Parkinson’s Community Service Award 2014 Announced on April 11, 2015
Roger Barker, Professor of Neurology, John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair, Cambridge U.K.
Christine Belford, Chief Executive Officer of Parkinson’s Disease South Australia.
Olie Westheimer,Executive Director of Brooklyn Parkinson Group, Brooklyn, NY, USA.