Parkinson’s IQ + You is a series of free events from The Michael J. Fox Foundation designed to empower patients and care partners to manage the disease, learn about the latest research and connect with local resources. These events are fully accessible and are designed for people at every stage in their journey with Parkinson's. To ensure a spot, we encourage early registration.
The Parkinson's IQ + You program features interactive sessions about living with Parkinson’s, making the most of doctor visits, building a comprehensive care team and learning about the latest research and the value of research participation. Sessions are led by a mix of people with Parkinson's, care partners, movement disorder specialists, researchers and allied health professionals. Registration and a welcome breakfast begin at 8 a.m. The program is from 9 a.m. until 2:45 p.m., and includes multiple breaks, lunch and light refreshments throughout the day.
At the Partner Expo, people can learn more about treatment options and make connections with the Parkinson's community. The Expo includes information on resources for patients and care partners, such as exercise programs, support groups, care options, research opportunities and more.
MJFF Educational Events
Parkinson's IQ + You events provide a chance to meet others in the local Parkinson's community and learn more about treatment options as well as strategies for living with the disease. We invite you to join us!
Don't see an event in your area? Please check back as we continue to update the list of cities for 2020.
March 7, 2020
The Diplomat, Hollywood
May 2, 2020
May 16, 2020
Oakland Marriott City Center
August 22, 2020
Hilton Americas- Houston
Registration opens May 26, 2020
These events are brought to you by ACADIA Pharmaceuticals, with support provided by Voyager Therapeutics and additional members of the Parkinson's Disease Education Consortium, an alliance of biotechnology and pharmaceutical firms who support The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s commitment to furnishing high-quality educational resources for the Parkinson's community.