University of Maryland Movement Disorder Center for my treatments. The Center has been wonderful, with an amazing staff of doctors and staff. I am now in mid-stage Parkinson's, with standard movement problems and medication off times. We were forced to close our home inspection business due to a fear of falling from a ladder or roof.
non-profit fund raising organization. Her intention was to raise awareness of the disease and to help fund research. The University of Maryland has received $36,000 from Promises. Over 90% of donations are directed to the University's center. Our 4th annual Hike the Park for Parkinson's is scheduled for September 7 at 8 AM. This has been an all volunteer effort, with my daughter devoting an incredible amount of personal time.