Parkinson’s Awareness Month begins today! How can you make a difference? Here are three easy tips for the first week of April, taken from PDF’s 2014 toolkit.

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Share: Show Awareness Online

Start April off right by sharing this awareness image online! Click on the link below to see the image, and then right-click on it to download it to your computer.  You can upload it to Facebook as your cover photo or as a profile image on other social media channels. Not on social media? Send the image to friends in an email to let them know why Parkinson’s Awareness Month is important to you!

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Learn: Link Up With Your Local Library

Each year, members of the Parkinson’s community work with libraries around the US to create PD awareness displays.  This includes PDF Research Advocates Meg Hoffmann and Richard Hoffmann, Pharm.D., who sent us this photo of their display at the Citrus County Library Lakes Region, in Inverness, FL! How can you set up a library display? Browse tips in our online toolkit and contact us to order free materials and posters.

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Support: Double Your Donation

Double your impact on Parkinson’s research this month! When you donate to PDF between now and Wednesday, April 30th, the Light of Day Foundation will match your gift for up to $100,000! Have you already donated? See live progress on our website!

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How can I order PDF’s free Parkinson’s Awareness Month poster?

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If you have or believe you have Parkinson’s disease, then promptly consult a physician and follow your physician’s advice. This email is not a substitute for a physician’s diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease or for a physician’s prescription of drugs, treatment or operations for Parkinson’s.