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2020 Parkinson's Expo Presentations

The Expo is the largest Parkinson's educational event in the United States. It is designed to educate, engage, and empower through presentations from thought leaders in the Parkinson's world, exhibitor booths, activities, and more.
Rewatch all presentations recorded live at The Parkinson's Expo presented by Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson's

The 2020 Expo featured six presentations on our main stage plus three breakout sessions.

Presentation 1

Dr. Dean Sutherland

The Basics of Parkinson Disease


Presentation 2

Dr. Douglas Wallace

Insomnia in Parkinson's Disease


Presentation 3

Dr. Stuart H. Isaacson

Learning About Parkinson's Disease and OFF Time


Presentation 4

Dr. Robert Hauser

Parkinson's Disease: Recent & Future Medications


Presentation 5

Pete & Kelly Gaylord

Top 10 Tips & Tricks for Parkinson's Disease


Presentation 6

Dr. Joseph Friedman

Non-Motor Symptoms in Parkinson's Disease


Breakout 1

Dr. Cheryl Brandi

Memory Disorders & Dementia


Breakout 2

Dr. Deborah Boland

Management of Advanced Parkinson's Disease


Breakout 3

CarePatrol

Planning for Ongoing Care and Support before a Crisis


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COVID-19 Update:

The health and safety of our Parkinson’s community is our number one priority. Until further notice, Neuro Challenge's programs and services are being offered virtually.

Neuro Challenge's goal is to educate, engage and empower the Parkinson’s community. During these uncertain times we find it most important to provide information and resources that address COVID-19 and Parkinson’s Disease. Please visit our Covid-19 and PD page for more information. 

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