National Day of Action

Today is the Parkinson’s community’s National Day of Action to support The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act (H.R. 8585/S. 4851)!
Join us and learn about the ways you can make your voice heard today!
We are asking you to help us flood the Capitol’s phone lines by calling your legislators to urge them support The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act. With our easy-to-use system and call script,it’s quick and easy to take action — click here to call your members of Congress!  
Lawmakers need to hear from you about how important this bill is to create a focused, national strategy to prevent and cure Parkinson’s and to ensure those living with the disease have access to the care they need.
Call Your Legislator
With your help and your voice, we can get Congress to pass The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act. Join us and take action today!
Thank you,
Here. Until Parkinson’s isn’t.

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If you are in LA, please join Team Twitchy Woman at the 
Los Angeles State Historic Park 
to walk for the Parkinson’s Foundation
To sign up or donate to the team, click here. 
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A Note To My Readers

I love to see your comments and get your emails as we share our collective experiences. But based on a couple of private questions from some of you, remember, I am just a lay person and a patient like the rest of you. For medical and similar advice, you need to talk to your own doctor

Twitchy Woman

Twitchy Women partners with the Parkinson’s Wellness Fund to ensure we have the resources to offer peer support for women with Parkinson’s.