Welcome to Empower Parkinson’s 9th annual “Living an Active Life with Parkinson’s Disease” Conference

Speakers Bureau

Learn the latest about Parkinson’s disease from clinical, research and education experts.

Learn More

Exhibitor Resource Gallery

Where can you turn for help, advice, products and services?  Stroll through the Exhibitor Resource Gallery to learn more about and locate a wide variety of valuable resources to support you as you navigate your Parkinson’s journey.

Learn More

Movement Breaks

Join in as our fitness specialists introduce you to easy-to-learn movement programs. Revisit this site at your leisure during the coming year to participate again and again.

These programs & services will be available for your continued reference. 

Please let your friends and family know about us by sharing on Facebook and Instagram!

To stay informed about future conferences and Empower Parkinson, Incorporated programs please Click Here

Our Mission

The Parkinson Education and Support Program of CNY is dedicated to improving the lives of persons with Parkinson’s Disease, their care partners and professional practitioners through education, training, support, socialization, advocacy & resource referral. 

Empower Parkinson, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation providing a holistic program of wellness and prevention in the care of people with Parkinson’s disease through a multidisciplinary evidenced based approach conducted in a supportive environment that empowers our participants with the ability to fight back and maintain their functional ability

The Parkinson Education and Support Program of CNY is proud to announce that it is now a program of Empower Parkinson, Inc.  Joining forces will allow us to better meet the needs of people living with Parkinson’s disease, their families and care partners in our community.  To help us realize the full potential of this collaboration, please take a moment to visit the “Connect with Us” page and share your comments and thoughts.

Fighting Back Against Parkinson’s Disease

A Senior Black Couple Playing Doubles Tennis on a cloudy morning