Parkinson’s Webinar Series

Each month, we host live and on-demand webinars that cover topics critical to helping people live well with Parkinson’s. In addition to these webinars, we have an extensive library of recordings you can watch at your convenience.

Explore webinars by series below.

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Our Live Well TODAY Webinar series covers topics important for people living with Parkinson’s and care partners, including treatment, complementary therapies, mental health, relationships, and more.

"Living with Parkinson's: Everything you've ever wanted to know about Parkinson's but were afraid to ask" is on a white background with a black brain graphic.

Our monthly Living with Parkinson’s Meetup brings together all people diagnosed with Parkinson’s—young, old, early, late—for open, honest, real, and always fun conversations about everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Parkinson’s but were afraid to ask.

A small bird with a large beak saying, "You can do this."

A recent survey of our community indicated that care partners want and need specific training on managing advanced symptoms and medications, advice on how to manage acute symptoms and episodes, and practical ways to manage not just Parkinson’s care but other health-related concerns. Sign up to access our library of content specifically designed for you.

PD Self - Parkinson's Self-Efficacy Learning Forum

If you have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s sometime in the last three years and are interested in learning how increased self-efficacy—the belief that you can bring about change in circumstances affecting you—can help you live better and thrive with Parkinson’s.

Davis Phinney and Connie Carpenter Phinney

During our monthly Care Partner Meetup, Connie Carpenter Phinney, care partner to her husband and our founder Davis Phinney, and Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassadors Pat Donahoo and Gail Gitin hold space to discuss the concerns, challenges, and questions that many Parkinson’s care partners have today.

Check out our upcoming special events and limited series for unique interviews, experiences, performances, and more.

Our Health Disparities and Parkinson’s series examines issues related to equity, access, and inclusion and how they affect people living with Parkinson’s.


What kind of device do I need to watch the webinars?

You can use any device connected to the internet, including a personal computer, tablet, or phone. You may also use a phone to dial in and listen to the webinar. This will not allow you to see the speakers or participate in the chat, but you will be able to listen to the complete audio of the presentation.

How do I access the sessions?

You will need an application called Zoom to view the sessions. You can download and install Zoom in advance to make watching as smooth as possible.

To do so, click here and then click the blue download button under the Zoom Client forMeetings heading. Once the file named zoom.pkg downloads, click on it and follow the prompts that appear. If you plan to connect on your mobile device or tablet, the Zoom app is available in the App Store and Google Play. Click here to find the app.

I’ve never used Zoom, how does it work?

Once you have downloaded Zoom, you will simply need to click on the link provided in the emails we send you about the webinar. Note that webinar will not be available to open until the time listed as they are produced live.

Click here to watch a tutorial on how to use Zoom.

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Our webinars and other resources are made possible with support from individuals just like you. Make a donation today to help us continue to create these free resources to help people live well with Parkinson’s.

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