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Welcome to the Parkinson Association of Santa Barbara

PASB offers programs that empower those with Parkinson’s and their care partners to be
proactive in managing their day-to-day lives, working to delay progression of PD, 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."


Couldn't attend Parkinson Association of Santa Barbara's 14th annual symposium: LIVING WELL WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Panel Discussion:

What's New in Parkinson's Disease:

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We are now offering the following meetings. See below for specifics. 

  • Transition Support Group Meeting Tuesdays at 11 am (meets in person at private home)

  • Care Partners Support Group Meeting Tuesdays at 1 pm in person or Care Partners Support Group Meeting on Tuesdays at 2:30 pm (on Zoom only) ​

  • Move to Connect Exercise Classes in person on Tuesday at 1 pm at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

  • Early Stage Parkinson Support Group meetings 3rd Wednesday of the month by Zoom at 3 pm

  • Move to Connect Exercise Classes on Zoom on Thursday at 1 pm.

  • Latino Exercise Classes in person in Spanish on Thursday at 1 pm at St. George Community Center, 1032 E. Mason St., SB

  • For more info or to be added to the email list please email

Dr. Keener, Dr. Delio, and Dr. Tagliati were featured speakers at PASB's 14th Annual Symposium: Living Well with PD on April 1st, 2023.
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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 local 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.

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