Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization headquartered in Michigan whose mission is to educate and provide support to people with Parkinson’s and related disorders, their loved ones and care partners, and the physicians and other allied health professionals who diagnose and treat those affected by the illness.

MI

Bingham Farms, MI 48025

About Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization headquartered in Michigan whose mission is to educate and provide support to people with Parkinson’s and related disorders, their loved ones and care partners, and the physicians and other allied health professionals who diagnose and treat those affected by the illness.

Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization headquartered in Michigan whose mission is to educate and provide support to people with Parkinson’s and related disorders, their loved ones and care partners, and the physicians and other allied health professionals who diagnose and treat those affected by the illness. We serve the entire state of Michigan. The foundation provides financial support for respite care and medication. We have an array of vital programs that help people with Parkinson’s maintain an optimal quality of life. All programs are offered free of charge. Services include evidence-based Parkinson’s exercise classes delivered by physical therapists, more than 70 Parkinson’s support groups that meet monthly, weekly patient education programs, Parkinson’s caregiving training modules for the health care community, pro-bono legal guidance, and mobility equipment loan program.

We are governed by a board of directors and a medical advisory board.  We are not affiliated with any national Parkinson organization but do work collaboratively with other Parkinson groups.

 

Info(s)

Competitive salary, three weeks of PTO first year. We have five fulltime and one par time employees. We work collaboratively with all the major hospital systems in the state to deliver our programs. We are a small, passionate flexible staff that can quickly address and accommodate the needs indicated by our constituents.
Mary Sue Lanigan We were founded in 1983. The past five years we have experienced growth in revenue and an expansion of services. Our strength is that we are local and the decisions are made here in Michigan. If we identify a need in the Parkinson community we have the power to address that need, seek a solution and then implement the program.

Perks

  • Mary Sue Lanigan
  • Competitive salary, three weeks of PTO first year.

Jobs at Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization headquartered in Michigan whose mission is to educate and provide support to people with Parkinson’s and related disorders, their loved ones and care partners, and the physicians and other allied health professionals who diagnose and treat those affected by the illness.

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