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June 14th, 2024

Newly Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease? We can HELP!

Welcome to Parkinson’s Resource Organization, created more than thirty years ago to maximize quality of life for people with Parkinson’s and their families/caregivers through education, resources, and person-to-person support. We are a 501 (c)3 Non Profit organization located in the Palm Springs area of Southern California. We serve so that no one is isolated because of Parkinson’s Disease. Our job is to help the person with Parkinson’s, their family, and Caregiver(s) to get through the process until a cure is found, to enjoy ULTIMATE QUALITY OF LIFE for the patient and all those supporting them.
You are not alone, PRO is here for you.

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Need help finding resources for you or your loved one after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s? Check out our Wellness Village Resource Directory using the link:

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Facebook: / parkinsonsresourceorganization

Instagram: / parkinsonsresourceorg

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Address | Parkinson’s Resource Organization
74785 Highway 111 Suite 208
Indian Wells, CA 92210

Toll-Free Phone | (877) 775-4111

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Parkinson’s Resource Organization, working so no one is isolated because of Parkinson’s

Jo Rosen Founder & President of Parkinson’s Resource Organization

Jo is the founder and President of Parkinson’s Resource Organization (PRO) established in 1990. The motivation, her late mother and late husband were both diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Each day, PRO reaches thousands of people affected by Parkinson’s, accomplished through a monthly newsletter, an interactive website, one-on-one coaching, support groups, symposia, and public speaking. Ms. Rosen is always at the forefront of what matters in Parkinson’s from services, products, and research, to the potential cure.

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