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Recommended PD Educational Resources:

Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF) - New York, N.Y., (212) 923-4700​

Extensive P.D. Educational Resource via: publications, newsletters, occasional symposiums, PD Briefings (phone, computer, 1-hour, live and archived)


American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) - Staten Island, N.Y., (800) 223-2732​

Strong P.D. Education Resource via: publications, newsletters, DVD, topic-specific educational supplements


Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF) - Boulder, CO, (866) 358-0285​

Promotes improved quality of life therapies via: publications, exercise DVD, ‘Victory Summit’ symposiums


Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) - New York, N.Y., (800) 708-7644​

Focus in Funding Research/Getting Benefits to Mark; Communicates via: newsletters, Webinars (phone/computer, 1-hour), ‘Partners in Parkinson’s’ Sessions


The Care Partner Summit or call 1-800-4PD-INFO


Victory Summit Events

Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's - Every Victory Counts Manual or call 1-866-358-0285

Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing Home Abuse Justice

Transportation Issues?

Check out these services to help you get around.

Comfort Keepers 

Transportation to grocery store, doctor's visits, social gatherings, museums and more.

(864) 641-4274 


Greenville Transportation Authority/Greenlink 

Public transportation with paratransit services available.

(864) 467-5000 


Senior Action 

Non-emergency transportation to medical appointments.

(864) 467-3660 


SENIOR Solutions 

Pick-up and drop-off service via van.

(864) 225-3370 



Video about genetic testing for

people with Parkinson's.

Have a Parkinson's Specialist as your coach and guide!

See how Leslie Wise, Physical Therapist, can help you. SEE DETAILS HERE.


Still Waving Goodbye to Parkinson's Disease

In this book, GAPS Co-Founder Stan Smith and his wife, Roz, share what they have learned about how to cope with PD. Roz gives insight and inspiration as she talks about how to approach being a care partner, a topic that is seldom discussed or written about. Stan is candid about his struggles on coming to grips with the disease. He shares what he has learned about the importance of exercise to battle against the disease progression and provides some easy to remember tips on how to deal with people's reactions to you, and how to approach life more positively as a person with Parkinson's.


Download/View here!


This book can be downloaded FREE of charge. In lieu of payment, please be generous and make a contribution to "Book Donation". 100% of proceeds go to GAPS. Thank you! 

GAPS Finds a Way to Make Lemonade Out of a Lemon

It’s hard to find something positive to say about the COVID-19 pandemic, but, for the Greenville Area Parkinson Society, there has been somewhat of an upside.


2020 Annual Report
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About Parkinson's Disease and the 10 Early Signs of PD
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