Help expand exercise resources
Brian Grant Foundation
There is no cure for Parkinson's but research suggests that exercise may help delay the mobility problems that occur with the disease. BGF works with leading researchers to develop exercise trainings that show how to incorporate a variety of activities that specifically target symptoms of the disease. We teach group exercise instructors, personal trainers, physical therapists and physical therapists assistants how to safely and effectively work with people with Parkinson's.
Exercise is as essential as medication for people with Parkinson's. To date, exercise is the only therapy that has been shown to delay the mobility problems associated with Parkinson's. Your support can help us train anyone who works in the exercise field on how to safely and effectively work with people with Parkinson's.