The APDA-MA has graciously sponsored our Smile Through Art Workshops in MA since 2015. With their support, we have been able to positively impact and spread smiles to Parkinson's communities throughout MA. Click the link below to learn more about APDA-MA and the programs that are offered!
DopaFit Instructors are our partners in Movement and help develop the exercise portion of our workshops. Located in Easthampton, MA this center offers various program options for People living with PD!
We have been fortunate to work with several chapters of APDA including Rhode Island, Iowa, Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey! If you are a Chapter of the APDA please contact us to see how we can bring our workshops to you!
The artwork made at our workshops by people living with PD is featured at UMASS Neuro Clinic located in Worcester, MA! Every 8 weeks we rotate the art work to give the opportunity for all our Parkinson's Artist to display their work. If you are interested in learning more please contact us! At UMASS we also have weekly Let's Combat Micrographia Workshops.
The artwork made at our workshops by people living with PD is featured at Saint Vincent Rehabilitation Clinic located in Suite 332 South in Worcester, MA!
Neurology Center of New England is a comprehensive neurological care center devoted to the diagnosis, and management of patients with neuro diseases.
A heart-warming experience where we were invited to present in a Renewal Room! Next WPC is in 2019! We hope to see you there!
We participate in Moving Day Boston annually!
Based in Georgetown, Kentucky, the Parkinson's International Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating awareness both globally and locally by promoting education and advocacy for Parkinson's Disease (PD). The Art Cart participated in their Ponies for Parkinson's event in Keenland!
The New England Parkinson’s Ride took shape in the summer of 2008, to raise money for Parkinson's research through The Michael J Fox Foundation. The Art Cart not only rode in the Ride but also were invited to have an Exhibitor's Table!
Helping improve the future doctor-patient relationship, we teach medical students and patients how creativity and movement is beneficial for those patients living with PD.