At the University of Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center, we try to keep our patients informed on the latest treatments for their disease.

Learn more from our educational materials below or attend a PD support group meeting.

Within Our Reach Symposium

Parkinson's patients and their care partners won't want to miss the Within our Reach Symposium, an annual event hosted by the University of Maryland Movement Disorders Center.

This one-day symposium features informative seminars, networking sessions, access to experts and interactive webinars.

Deep Brain Stimulation Seminars

Attend a free deep brain stimulation educational seminar presented by Sharon Powell, RN, MPH, the DBS Nurse Coordinator for the Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center located in the Neurology Ambulatory Clinic at 16 South Eutaw St in Baltimore.

Please get more information and register for the seminar by calling 410-328-6363.

APDA Information and Referral Center

The Information & Referral Center, located at the Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center, was established by the American Parkinson Disease Association in 1980 to serve as a resource for those with Parkinson's disease and their loved ones as well as healthcare professionals.

Patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and the greater community can receive support regardless of their affiliation with the University of Maryland Medical Center or any other medical facility.