Women with Parkinson's

If you are a Pittsburgh Woman who happens to have Parkinson's Disease - you are not alone! Come join a group of women as we meet for lunch and share our stories. Let's encourage, support and inspire each other to stay positive, active and engaged.

We are starting with lunch, but we can get together for other activities, too. Perhaps you’re looking for someone to join you for a walk in the park or a walk around the mall, for a Rock Steady boxing session, or to go swimming, biking, or practice yoga. Or maybe you would just like to speak with another woman who understands. You might meet her here!

Upcoming Meetings

Friday, February 9 at 12 PM, Bravo in Robinson Mall, 211 Summit Park Dr, 15275

Please join us for the celebration of the one year anniversary of the Women With Parkinson's Support Group!

Friday, March 9 at 12 PM, Bravo in Robinson Mall, 211 Summit Park Dr, 15275

Jessica works with patients at the UPMC Movement Disorders Clinic who have Parkinson’s and DBS implants as well as other neurological disorders. She is a compassionate, knowledgeable, caring, medical professional who is excited to meet with you to discuss PD, answer your questions, or address any concerns you may have.

Please check out Calendar of Events for upcoming meetings.

Contact info@pfwpa.org or 412.837.2542 for more information.

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  • Address: 575 Lincoln Avenue,
    Pittsburgh, PA 15202
  • Phone: 412-837-2542 - Office
The Parkinson Foundation Western Pennsylvania is the Pittsburgh region’s leading advocacy organization for Parkinson’s patients, their families and professional caregivers offering a variety of services related to Parkinson’s disease. Since 1995, the Parkinson’s community has relied on us for exercise, education and support programs as well as referrals to leading healthcare providers specializing in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. The Parkinson Foundation Western Pennsylvania is fully funded through private donations.

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