The Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) has updated and modified its Recess Toolkit to help you coordinate advocacy activities at any point throughout the year when your Members of Congress return home to their states and districts. Learn more.
On Sept. 30, Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) CEO Ted Thompson attended a meeting, in which PAN was one of just a few patient advocacy groups present, and a conference about the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative. Learn more.
Nearly 300 were in Washington, DC on Oct. 1 for the 2014 Morris K. Udall Awards Dinner. The night was a great success and raised critical funds for the Parkinson’s Action Network and for the PAN Forum Scholarship Fund. Learn more.
I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you as the new CEO of the Parkinson's Action Network (PAN). I have a bit of history with PAN in that PAN and my former employer, the National MS Society, are critical allies and partners in DC. I've had the pleasure of working with many of the PAN staff, including the former CEO Amy Comstock Rick, on issues of common concern like medical research funding, telehealth, and the need to establish a registry or surveillance system for people with Parkinson's and MS. Learn more.