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Getting Started on MyParkinsonsTeam (VIDEO)

Updated on February 12, 2024

Welcome to MyParkinsonsTeam — the place to connect with others living with Parkinson's disease. This video will walk you through the steps to create your profile, share your story, and connect with others on MyParkinsonsTeam.

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Community is integral to well-being. That is why MyHealthTeam provides the tools you need to connect with others. Simply create your profile and share your story so that people with your condition can find you. Then you could start building your team, a network of others who understand what you are going through. By sharing your story with others, you encourage others to share with you too.

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Whether it’s a simple check-in or question or just to lend support to someone like yourself, these little moments of connection can improve your well-being. Don’t go it alone. Share your story. Find your community. MyHealthTeam, over 50 communities strong and growing.

Updated on February 12, 2024
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