For more than 20 years, the PFNCA Symposium has been a critical program providing information to live well with Parkinson’s. Produced by the PFNCA Medical Advisory Board, the 2023 PFNCA Symposium includes in-person and view on demand sessions from more than 14 physicians that specialize in Parkinson’s.
This page includes links to register, view the in-person agenda and review session descriptions. In addition to new on demand presentations, participants will also have access to select presentations from recent PFNCA Symposiums.
The PFNCA Symposium includes lectures on various aspects of Parkinson’s disease. Some previous lectures include (Medication Management, Falls and Fall Prevention and Autonomic Aspects of Parkinson’s).
Location: Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church, VA
Date: April 15, 2023
Time: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Doors open 9 a.m.)
What is View on Demand?
You will be sent a link to all the 2023 PFNCA Symposium lectures and can watch any, or all of them, at home at your leisure, from April 18 to August 31, 2023.
If you have any difficulty registering, please contact us at (301) 844-6510 or [email protected].
Please include your contact number when you email.
In-Person Agenda: Click Here to View
List of Sessions: Click Here to View
About the PFNCA Scarf:
First introduced in 2020, PFNCA’s Defy Parkinson’s scarf raises awareness and promotes community. If you have one and are attending in person, please plan to wear it at the Symposium.
You can also add one to your registration for a nominal donation to pick up at the event. Scarves can also be sent to those viewing on demand.
Scholarships Are Available:
Thanks to the generosity of many of our donors, full and partial scholarships are available for those who may be hesitant to participate due to cost. To request a scholarship, please email [email protected] and write “scholarship” in the memo line.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the 2023 PFNCA Symposium, please email [email protected].
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