Our mission is to help people with Parkinson’s to live well today. As a part of this mission, we are thrilled to partner on the Sidekicks program with Lundbeck, a global pharmaceutical company that is committed to helping people who are living with brain disorders, including Parkinson’s.
What is Sidekicks?
Sidekicks is a creative arts program that connects the Parkinson’s community through the power of storytelling.
Now in its third year, Sidekicks was created with a powerful purpose: help curb isolation commonly felt by people affected by Parkinson’s.
Sidekicks includes a series of interactive projects designed to be fun and offer inspiring ways to share your most meaningful moments far beyond the Parkinson’s affecting you or a loved one.
We welcome you to share in Sidekicks from any location – at home, in a support group or other setting of your choosing – with the opportunity to complete program projects wherever and whenever they work best for you.
Interested in getting involved? Learn more about how you can participate in this experience with a support group, care partner or others. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to download and try a project today.
Sidekicks projects are designed to help you connect and learn about the person you complete your project with. More than just making art together, these conversations help us share our stories with one another.
Have you completed a project? Tell us what you learned about the person you did your project with by using the form below.
Use the form below to tell us about the person you did your project with. Please also feel free to add photos of you and your Sidekick, pictures of your project, etc. We might just turn your story into a feature on our blog or Facebook page to help inspire and connect others!
By submitting this form, you are agreeing that the Davis Phinney Foundation has the right to publish your story using your name and the images you include. The Davis Phinney Foundation reserves the right to edit and adapt your guest content for accuracy, relevancy, and comprehensiveness. Please note that a submission does not guarantee publication on the Davis Phinney Foundation blog.