Assistant State Directors
Parkinson’s Disease-Related Federal Funding in South Carolina
National Institutes of Health
- Medical University of South Carolina
Total NIH Parkinson’s-related funding $563,377 for FY 2012
Living with Parkinson’s Disease Symposium 2014
March 29, 2014
Click here for a PDF flyer.
Finding your Voice Symposium
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Colleton River Plantation
Click here for RSVP details.
Save the Date & Make your Plans to Attend!
The Davis Phinney Victory Summitt is coming to Greenville, SC
the weekend of November 15th, 2014!
Local PD Organizations and Resources
Parkinson Association of the Carolina's
5970 Fairview Rd. Suite 725
Charlotte, NC 28210
Contact: Lisa Van Rossum
Mission: To provide support and share information with Parkinson's Disease patients, families and friends.
The Parkinson Association of the Carolina's is an education advocacy, referral and support organization for Parkinson's Disease. Serving those who have Parkinson's Disease, their families, friends, physicians, caregivers as well as the general public.
Monthly newsletter, listing of all support groups in SC and NC with dates of meetings and program information each month.
117 William Hilton Parkway
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Mission: Memory Matters is a community based organization which strives to be a center of excellence for persons with Alzheimer's and all forms of dementia and their families by providing daycare programs, support services and education in a compassionate and dignified manner.
South Carolina Senior Citizens Resources
SCIWAY, South Carolina's Information Highway
Listings for: Adult Day Centers, Assisted living and retirement communities, Disability Resources, Health, Medical Organizations, In-home care assistance programs, senior transportation services.
Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging
Connecting seniors with available services.
South Carolina Access
Guide to available resources for older adults, people with disabilities, their family members and caregivers. (A program of the Lt. Governor's Office on Aging)
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