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Serving Northern Michigan

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Serving Northern Michigan

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Serving Northern Michigan

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Serving Northern Michigan

Welcome To Parkinson's Network North (PNN)

PNN is dedicated to helping individuals and families living with Parkinson’s Disease with friendship, information, personal support and advocacy for a cure. We do this through a program of Support Groups, telephone support and through social and educational events.  

We Care, we Share, and we Listen. And we’re always looking for volunteers to share their time and talents.

PNN Exercise:  PACE North, 2325 S. Garfield, Traverse City. Exercise especially designed for Parkinsonians and Care Partners each Wednesday at 4:30pm, doors open @ 4:15pm. Masks required. To reserve a space call 231-252-3821. 

Our Parkinson’s Partnership

  • People with Parkinson’s
  • Care Partners
  • Support Group Meetings
  • Informal & friendly
  • Where? When?
  • You’re Not Alone

Find out more!


  • Get meds on time – every time
  • Eat well & get your rest
  • Exercise - the new medicine!
  • Socialize - every day
  • Educate yourself & others
  • Volunteer, research, advocate
  • Join a Support Group
  • Laugh every day


  • Retreat from the world
  • Give up

PNN Support Groups Meet

Evening Group:  1st Tuesdays
6:00-7:30pm, PACE North

Day Group:  2nd Thursdays
1:30-3:00pm, TC Senior Center

More information ...


36th Annual Parkinson’s Summer Forum

Parkinson’s Network North to Celebrate its 36th Annual
Parkinson’s Summer Forum on May 26th, 2022
"Parkinson's Disease: Medications & Movement"

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36th Annual Parkinson’s Summer Forum

In Their Words

The Parkinson’s support group has provided us with a wealth of valuable information, support, and friendship to help us with our Parkinson’s challenges.

PNN Support Group Member

Traverse City, MI

The shared stories of fellow Parkinsonians and their care partners through the Parkinson’s Network North Support Group and the excellent clinical information provided by the Group have made a significant contribution to our understanding of the disease and how to cope with it. 

Glen & Ellen Kirkpatrick

Kingsley, MI