Welcome to the Parkinson Association
of Santa Barbara
We offer programs that empower those with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners to be
pro-active in managing their day-to-day lives, working to delay progression, and committing to living well with Parkinson’s. Our shared experiences and triumphs drive everything we do, and strengthen our resolve to spread the message, “You may have Parkinson’s, but Parkinson’s doesn't have you."
We do not have a physical location for PASB. Most of our activities are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Please send mail to: PASB, PO Box 6254, SB, CA 93160-6254
Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive, debilitating neurological movement disorder. Many in our community deal with this disease every day, as it challenges their quality of life and affects their entire families.
We are a non-profit, not affiliated with any national organization and have no building or office. We completely rely on donations to support our Parkinson's community and to help our families live better with Parkinson's Disease. Your donation is tax deductible.
Thank you for your support!
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Here are three awesome events coming up this Spring! Mark your calendars now! More details will follow closer to the date of each event!
How Cognition and Emotion Change and Interact in Parkinson's Disease
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 2:15- 3:30 pm
Steven A. Rogers, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, Licensed Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, Westmont College
Free! Reservations not required
14th Annual PASB Educational Symposium
Saturday, April 18, 2020 9 am to 3 pm
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michele Tagliati, MD. Cedars Sinai
Newly Diagnosed? Dr. Philip Delio, MD, SBCH
Non-Motor Symptoms: Adrienne Keener, MD, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
SB Hilton at the Beach • Lunch • Local Support • Free Parking
Tickets on sale soon!
Allen Bishop presents: Annual Benefit Concert
Saturday, May 16, 2020
Enjoy a beautiful concert benefitting PASB and sponsored by Allen Bishop. Allen will thrill us at the piano, accompanied by some very talented musicians!
Music Academy of the West
Living Well With
Our Symposium on April 28th was a huge success, with a lot of information. If you missed hearing the speaker's presentations, watch it here!
Watch PASB Board Member Carl Schneider and Move to Connect Exercise Instructor Leslie Sack discuss the upcoming Symposium, Boxing for PD, and the importance of exercise. Leslie talks about her role in helping create our current exercise program with a little bit of history.