Welcome to PJ Parkinson's Support

We are meeting live again!

Support Group
Anyone can Dance!
Every Tues. & Friday at 1:00PM
4216 Sutherland Ave, Knoxville, TN 37919, USA

Support Groups

Farragut: First Wednesday of every month, 11:30-12:30 at Avenir Memory Care, 901 Concord Rd

Tellico Village: first Thursday of every month, 1:00-2:00 pm at 130 Chota Center Tellico Village

West Knoxville: second Tuesday of every month, 12:00-1:00 at Parkview Senior Living Community West

Oak Ridge: third Tuesday of every month 11:00-12:30 at Central Baptist Church Combs Hall

Maryville: fourth Thursday of every month 11:00-12:30 at the Community Center, Shannondale of Maryville

Young Onset dinner group: day/time changes month by month. Please call the office.


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Lunch with the Doctor

with Dr Gerade

June 28th at noon at Lakeside Tavern in z Knoxville

Topic: Deep Brain Stimulation

Free Lunch

Thanks to our educational sponsors

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Thanks to East Tennessee Foundation for supporting our

COVID-19 Stay Home Stay Safe Project

Our goal is to provide support, resources, and advocacy to those living with Parkinson's disease or caring for a loved one impacted by Parkinson's within our community and surrounding counties.

Our Commitment for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We have a  commitment to remove barriers to care and ensure that information and resources are accessible.

Our Mission

Make life better for families affected by Parkinson's Disease, here at home, and around the World.

Our Vision

No one battling Parkinson's disease should do it alone.  We serve to aid in early diagnosis and improve the lives of those directly impacted by Parkinson's disease and their caregivers.

New! Live Events!

In order to continue to provide support and vital information, we are pleased to announce we're offering a full schedule of online group meetings and informational webinars with Parkinson's experts.


About Parkinon's

Parkinson's disease symptoms are different for different people. Some are hard for even doctors to detect. Others are obvious even to an untrained eye. Visit a movement disorder specialist if you think you're experiencing Parkinson's symptoms.

"Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen."

~ Brene Brown, Author

From Our Blog

Partner Up!

To Provide Practical and Emotional Support for
Parkinson's Disease

Thank you for your ongoing support!

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