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Information Specialist

COVID 19 Resources for PD

COVID-19 Resources


Local Assistance Programs


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LA Parkinson's Resources: PCLA Transportation Program

PCLA’s support groups offer an opportunity to meet others who understand that challenges you face daily. We have mixed groups as well as groups just for care partners, women with PD, men with PD, the young onset population, and more. Most of our groups are virtual, but our Sharing Our Strength group meets in person in Westwood once a month.

Tap the button below to see PCLA’s current calendar of support groups and events, or download our support group flyer.


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Getting Involved with Parkinson’s Research in 2022

Getting Involved with Parkinson’s Research in 2022

Around the world, over 10 million people are living with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Within the U.S. alone, around 60,000 people are diagnosed with PD each year. While the disease affects everyone differently, there’s no doubt it can significantly impact the quality of...

Resources for Parkinson’s research news

Resources for Parkinson’s research news

What to stay up-to-date on the latest in Parkinson's research news? Check out the following resources, and don't forget to join us on Thursday, July 28, for an update on the latest in research from Dr. Jeff Bronstein and his research team at UCLA. Watch Dr....

Information & Referral Specialist

Need info on available resources for Parkinson’s in Los Angeles?

Sarah King

Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with Parkinson’s for years, we are here to help you find the support you need. Reach out to PCLA’s Information & Referral Specialist today to find the information you need.

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Reach out for help with:

  • Support groups
  • Exercise classes
  • Caregiver support
  • Physical therapy for PD
  • Speech or occupational therapy for PD
  • Attendant care services
  • Home modification services
  • Financial and legal resources and more
Parkinsons Information Specialist


Mobility equipment gifting program Los Angeles

Mobility Equipment Gifting Program

PCLA recognizes the need members of our community may have for gently used mobility-assistive devices, and that these needs may arise suddenly. We are able to maintain an inventory of walkers, wheelchairs, canes, and other devices to gift as needed.

Equipment donations: We are currently accepting donations of walkers, wheelchairs, canes/quad canes, crutches, and knee scooters. We will provide a receipt for your donation.

To inquire about our current inventory or to ask about donating equipment, contact us:



PCLA Transportation Program

Transportation program

PCLA’s Transportation Program provides our community members with assistance in the form of a $100 gift card for Uber’s services* that can be used for transportation to medical, therapeutic, and wellness appointments.

People living with Parkinson’s anywhere in Los Angeles County are invited to apply for assistance. Only one person per household may apply per application period**.

Assistance will be provided based on a randomized drawing, as funds allow. All applicants will be contacted by email following the drawing.

**We are not currently accepting applications.

Our next application period will be announced by email. If you are not already on our email list, please sign up today to receive notifications of this and other programs.**

COVID-19 Resources for Parkinson’s

Discover resources available to the community during this unprecedented time.

LA Parkinson's Resources: PCLA Transportation Program

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live our lives, and the way we interact with one another. With in-person programs canceled worldwide, there are now more online Parkinson’s programs than ever.