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If you or a loved one are living with Parkinson’s, you are well aware of the financial burden the disease brings.

Over and above the medical costs, the average annual indirect and non-medical costs for a person diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease is over $19K – over $25K when combined with caregiver burden.


You may find you have to make some difficult decisions about which necessary services you are able to access.


We at Rise Above Parkinsons know how you feel. Our loved one has been on his Parkinson’s journey for over a decade now, and during that time, we’ve financed home renovations, adaptive gear, therapeutic services, and more. We’ve found these supportive services to be critical to his well-being and quality of life. And we want that for your loved one too.


Rise Above Parkinsons is a place where you can feel cared for, and where you can receive financial support, trust, and the attention you need. Our goal is to help your loved one live the best life possible. Because we’re all in this together.

Because you are so much more than your diagnosis.

We want to help you rise.

Getting Aid is as Easy as 1-2-3

Fill out a free, confidential application here.

Work directly with one of our Client Advocates to create your personal support plan.

Aid is then delivered directly to your service provider.

Getting Aid is as Easy as 1-2-3

  • Fill out a free, confidential application here.

  • Work directly with one of our Client Advocates to create your personal support plan.

  • Aid is then delivered directly to your service provider.

  • Additional Information

    Receiving aid from Rise Above Parkinsons is 100% free to you and to the service provider.

    Eligibility requirements: US citizen or permanent resident, proof of Parkinson’s diagnosis.

    Examples of aid include but are not limited to: walker, wheel chair, gym or other activity membership, massage therapy, physical or occupational therapy (co-pays), prescription medications (co-pays), medical alert systems, cleaning services, remote-operated doorbell cameras, keyless remote-operated door locks, transportation services.

    We do not provide aid to cover medically insured services like doctors visits. However, we do help with out-of-pocket costs like co-payments.

    Our assistance is currently limited to people whose primary residence is in the state of Florida. Our goal is to expand the areas we are able to serve. If you are outside the state of Florida, we encourage you to reach out to us by filling out our contact form so that we can add you to our area expansion list.

    You are eligible to receive multiple grants.