About the Davis Phinney Foundation

Inspired. That’s how people who come in contact with the Davis Phinney Foundation describe their experience – whether it be from the information we provide, the research and programs we support, or the Moments of Victory® we help people to celebrate.

While it’s critical to find a cure for Parkinson’s, we feel strongly that people living with this disease also need information and tools to live well today. To support this mission, the Davis Phinney Foundation sponsors programs that provide the information, tools and inspiration that can be used to live well with Parkinson’s today.  Our initiatives, including The Victory Summit® symposia series, the Every Victory Counts® manual for living well, benefit Parkinson’s patients, their families and caregivers throughout the United States. Each year, we fund innovative research aimed at identifying factors, including exercise and other behaviors, that have a measurable, positive impact on quality of life.

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For a donation of just $27, you can put a copy of the Every Victory Counts® manual for living well with Parkinson’s into the hands of someone else who could not afford this resource on their own. The Davis Phinney Foundation is committed to making our programs and resources available to all who need them, regardless of financial circumstances. Won’t you support our mission with a gift of wellness to someone in need?
GIFT A MANUAL HERE.

Don’t have your own copy of the manual yet? PURCHASE A COPY OF THE MANUAL FOR YOURSELF HERE.

Upcoming Events

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Dallas, TX

Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Davis Phinney Foundation and our Texas partners invite you to join us Saturday, May 3, 2014 for a moving day of information and inspiration from leading Parkinson’s movement disorder neurologists and physical therapists. This is an enjoyable day of community and connection, filled with laughter and conversation. You will leave motivated and armed with tools to help you be more involved in your own treatment and to improve your quality of life.
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Other cities to be announced.


Featuring nationally recognized researchers, clinicians and physical therapists in movement disorders field, The Victory Summit® symposia deliver up-to-date information and practical tools that people with Parkinson’s can use to live well today. The Victory Summit is free for people with Parkinson’s, their family and care partners, but you must register to attend. Click the buttons for more information or to register for upcoming events.

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Davis Phinney on Moments of Victory Living with Parkinson’s

with Joanne Hamilton, PhD, ABPP-CN of Advanced Neurobehavioral Health of Southern California in Poway, CA

WATCH THE NEW WEBISODE

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. In this inspiring Living Well Challenge™ webisode, Davis Phinney, shares what living well today means to him and to others affected by Parkinson’s disease. Living well today encompasses so much more than managing symptoms; it’s about being engaged, staying connected, staying active and being courageous. This presentation will motivate you to create your own action plan for living better today than yesterday and better tomorrow than today.


The Living Well Challenge™ webinar is a free, online educational series featuring movement disorder experts on topics of interest to people affected by Parkinson’s disease. Videos are available for viewing on demand, 24/7 so that you can learn your way, on your time. Need a motivational boost or new ideas? Want to learn more about the latest developments in Parkinson’s? Then check out the Living Well Challenge webinar!

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Inspiration for Parkinson’s Awareness Month
becourageous_LWC How will you make a difference during Parkinson's Awareness Month? We challenge you to start by looking inside yourself. This month, we've got a special video presentation, featuring Davis Phinney. Davis' story is unique - just as the stories of every person living with Parkinson's are unique. Yet, we are more similar than we are different. We face the same challenges, we share the same hopes and fears. We are all part of the Tribe. So, how will you define victory? WATCH THE VIDEO


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