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Additional Funding Options and Resources

Here we've collected some resources that you may find to be helpful on your Parkinson's journey. Generally, the organizations included here are non-profits and medical organizations that provide programs and services geared specifically towards the Parkinson's community or people with disabilities.

  • Philip Shayman Parkinson's Program (Tampa) at the Jewish Community Center Cohn and Glazer campuses – Movement classes (Rock Steady Boxing, Tai Chi, Stretch & Strengthen, and more), Voice Therapy, Fine Motor Skills & Handwriting, Brain Games, Patient support groups, Caregiver support groups. Virtual offerings available.

  • Parkinsonlife (pdLIFE) Corporation (Tampa)– Exercise classes, education seminars, community connections. See also their list of Local Resources for information on classes offered at Tampa Bay YMCA's, like Pedaling for PD, Delay the Disease, Enhance Fitness/Fall Prevention.

  • Parkinson's Programs at The Palms of Largo – Rock Steady Boxing, Tremble Clefs, and more. Virtual Offerings Available.

  • Tampa YMCA Pedaling for Parkinson's – Offered at two locations in the Greater Tampa Bay Area.

  • YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg – Program offerings include: Total Parkinson's, Mindful Movement, personal training, support group.

  • USF Movement Disorder Specialists - a Parkinson's Foundation Center of Excellence in the Tampa Bay area.

  • Potentia Therapeutics Physical Therapy (Tampa) – Physical Therapy services specifically geared towards managing Parkinson's disease. Contact Meredith DeFranco, PT, DPT

  • PunchWorX (Lakeland) – Offers Rock Steady Boxing and Aquatics Boxing exercise classes for people with Parkinson's disease at the Kelly Recreation Center in Lakeland. Contact Marty Hubbard at 865-219-7660.

  • Hope Parkinson Program (Fort Myers) - provides a network of resources and education for people affected by Parkinson's disease and related movement disorders, including movement classes, support groups, education, and social activities.

  • JAX Hope (North Florida region) - assisting people with Parkinson's by providing education, advocacy, resources and services, including support groups, movement programs, and more.