In this dedicated hub you will find information and resources to support the worldwide Parkinson’s community through this challenging time.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) is monitoring and responding to the unprecedented COVID-19 situation as it evolves. Our staff continues to work with urgency and determination to move our programs forward and we are confident that progress in Parkinson’s research will continue. As always, thank you for your support.
• Ask the MD: Answering Your Questions about COVID-19
Movement Disorder Specialist and MJFF's Vice President of Medical Communications Rachel Dolhun, MD, offers insights and practical tips on topics related to coronavirus and Parkinson's disease.
• Take Action from Home or Online
All you need is access to a computer to get involved in MJFF's online clinical study, Fox Insight. Learn how to get started by watching a step-by-step video. After you join, you can contribute valuable insights to a first-of-its-kind study on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting our community.
Looking for ways to stay connected and fundraise from afar? Visit our virtual events hub to see how our grassroots Team Fox community is raising money for research from wherever they’re located.
• Tune In: COVID-19, Parkinson’s & Your Care
Download free digital content — podcasts, webinars and virtual education sessions — for advice on managing your health and well-being during this unprecedented public health moment. Our experts explain a range of topics including practices in mindfulness and how to make the most of your telemedicine appointments.
• Join Us on Social
While we can't be together in person, our global Parkinson's community is coming together at home. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more updates, resources and ways to share how you and your family are managing this moment in time. Your responses could be featured in our weekly #TogetheratHome social campaign.
• Information for Researchers
Many Foundation grantees are informing us of changes at their home institutions as resources and policies flex to meet the current public health crisis. Our commitment to these researchers, and to you, is to keep critical Parkinson’s research moving forward with as little disruption as possible by being flexible and responsive to their needs as the situation evolves.