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Our Mission

As we reach out to North Idaho's Parkinson's community, we commit to increasing awareness and understanding of this disease​ while​ providing hope, education and connection with others traveling the same path.

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Please take a look at our testimonials. 


Please help us provide servic​es to our members.

We greatly ​appreciate all donations.

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Coeur d'Alene Park​inson's Support Gr​oup, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization.



Coeur d'Alene Parkinson's

Support Group 

We will help you to fin​d valuable resources such as webinars, movement disorder specialists in our area, and information on the newest medications and treatments. We have speakers from the medical community quite often. We also have a lending library of educational materials including books and CDs.  Since we are all traveling on the same journey, we are here to provide compassionate understanding and methods of coping with this disease.

Caregivers' ​Support Group


Women with Parkinson's 

Support Group

This group is for the caregivers of people with Parkinson's.  Often that is the husband or wife, but not always. You will receive emotional support and information and be able to share frustrations. This group meets occasionally during the CdA Parkinson's Support Group meeting, if there isn't a speaker.  

Our mission is t​o provide moral support, encouragement, and information by sharing our experiences, thoughts and feelings.  We offer unbiased acceptance, foster​ connectedness, and empower women to take control of this disease and live their best possible lives. 


Moving to th​e Music 

Yay! We're are back! We found a great instructor from the CdA Kroc Center.  Come and​ join us for some easy dance moves to some really great music. We will adapt the routines to everyone’s ability level, even if you are in a wheelchair or use a walker or cane. Exercise and socialization have been proven to slow the progression of Parkinson's. 



Music and Wellness 

This is a great group for increasing the volume of your voice and helping with the clarity of your speech, also. This group is led by Carla Carnegie, MT-BC, NMT, BA, Music &Composition, BA, Music Therapy. She has many hours of working with people with Parkinson's. She is a lot of fun and brings rhythm instruments for all! No singing ability needed. Just come and share some enjoyable time with other people traveling down this path.

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