Parkinson's &
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Topic 35: parkinson's & publication links
This site contains education and research URL's bookmarked by a Parkinson's patient. Nothing you read in these pages should be considered an endorsement or medical advice.


When I was first diagnosed, I of course knew zip about Parkinson's and found only a few outdated references in my local library... Now there is a lot of information but for some inexplicable reason it seems buried and not readily accessible on the big Foundation's sometimes hard-to-navigate web sites... So this is my attempt to "organize" publications...

WPDA Publications - Here is the first listing of publications on Parkinson's Disease available from various, mostly WPDA members, associations. WPDA invites all PD Associations, worldwide - even non-members - to make their educational booklets available for inclusion in this list. (English,Chinese, French, German, Italian,Portugese, Spanish, and Swedish, so far... it's a good start!)
http://www.wpda.org/publications/

APDA Publications Order Form
Send for your copy of these APDA publications
http://www.apdaparkinson.org/publication_order.html

The APDA has Educational Materials
http://www.ctapda.com/educate.htm

The National Parkinson Foundation, Orange County Chapter Offers Free Literature for Patients, Family, and Caregivers - New Booklets Provide Support and Insight for Those Living With Parkinson's Disease - The Booklets are in .PDF format and require the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader (see Acrobat link below)
http://www.npfocc.org/npfocc_pr.html

NPF has Free Publications - To request a list of our free publications please call or e-mail us with a mailing address and we will rush you an information package
e-mail: mailbox@parkinson.org
Telephone: (305) 547-6666 - Fax 305-243-4403
Toll Free Nat'l 1-800-327-4545
http://www.parkinson.org/literatu.htm

NPF has Recommended Reading for Parkinson's
http://www.parkinson.org/elsewher.htm

NPF has back issues of Research Reports - Read them off the shelf OR Download them to read later
http://www.parkinson.org/rrframes.htm

NPF has On-line Publications - Read them off the shelf OR Download them to read later - Some Booklets are in .PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader (see Acrobat link below)
http://www.parkinson.org/onlinpub.htm

APDA Downloadable Booklets Order Form
All Booklets are in .PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader (see Acrobat link below)
http://www.apdaparkinson.org/booklet_order.html

APDA Support Groups Video Library
http://www.apdaparkinson.org/sgvideo.htm

NPF Parkinson Multimedia Library
http://www.npf.healthology.com/focus_index.asp?f=parkinsons_disease

NPF has a DBS Video Tape
http://www.parkinson.org/unlockingpd.htm

NPF has additional Patient\Caregiver Resources
http://www.parkinson.org/services.htm

NHS (UK) has Resources for Parkinson's Disease
http://www.nhsdirect.org.uk/innerpage2.asp?Code=FM&Topic=305

PSC (Canada) The following list of brochures are available for download in PDF format. In order to view these brochures, you will need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader (it's free!). These brochures are also available directly from Parkinson Society Canada.
http://www.parkinson.ca/pd/brochures.html

A Booklet on Parkinson's Syndrome...
http://www.parkinson.org/booklet.pdf

Parkinson Post (Canada) - The Summer 2002 issue is now available!
http://www.parkinson.ca/society/parkpost/post.html

The Michael J. Fox Foundation lists community resources - The following books may be of interest to people with Parkinson's, their families, and caregivers
http://www.michaeljfox.org/community/resources.html

The Parkinson Alliance publishes a free bi-annual newsletter, The Catalyst, filled with articles, messages from the President and Executive Director, news of funding raises events, and other exciting happenings
http://www.parkinsonalliance.net/news/catalyst.html

The APDA has a Quarterly Newsletter... - Please complete the form to get on their Newsletter mailing list.
http://www.apdaparkinson.com/newsorder.html

NPF Orange County Chapter has a newsletter available online in pdf format
http://www.npfocc.org/img_pdf/npf_july02.pdf

Read Michael J. Fox's Newsletter "Accelerating the Cure"
http://michaeljfox.org/images/spr_02_nwsltr.pdf

Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. With Acrobat Reader, you can also fill in and submit Adobe PDF forms online.
http://www.adobe.com/...

Got a Child? or Grandchild? Try Neuroscience for Kids - Free Stuff
http://www.soton.ac.uk/~jrc3/chudler/free.html



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