Medicare Coverage of Therapy Services
December 11, 2013 at 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST
Join PAN staff to learn more about Medicare therapy services and PAN’s efforts to extend the exceptions process for medicare therapy caps and ultimately eliminate therapy caps altogether. Register Today !
If you are having technical difficulties at any time during the live webinar (2:00-3:00 p.m. EST on December 11), please call Emilio Arocho for assistance at 202-638-4101, ext. 105, or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Medicare Coverage of Therapy Services 
November 21, 2013
Join PAN staff to learn more about Medicare therapy services and PAN’s efforts to extend the exceptions process for medicare therapy caps and ultimately eliminate therapy caps altogether. Watch the webinar .
Affordable Care Act 
October 10, 2013
PAN staff led a webinar on the Affordable Care Act  (ACA) and its impact on the Parkinson's community. Participates received a broad overview of the Health Care Exchanges, the impact of the ACA on Medicare and Medicaid, and learned more about resources PAN has available. Watch the webinar. 
The Power of Advocacy 
Every family has a connection to disease -- oftentimes, more than one. Families and individuals also are concerned about how and where federal dollars are spent. “The Power of Advocacy” is a lively, educational discussion in which advocacy experts share their inside tips and tricks for how to make your voice heard in the halls of Congress. Whether you’re advocating in support of Parkinson’s disease research or another issue that’s just as important to you, the experts in this video share their own experiences – as private citizens, advocacy professionals, and congressional staff.
Caregiver Interview Series 
Caregivers are important members of the Parkinson’s community, and their advocacy voices make a difference in the fight for better treatments and cures. The Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) hosted an interview series with three experts to help educate the community on caregiving, and what federal and state support might be available to spouses, partners, children, friends, and loved ones who help care for a person with Parkinson’s disease.