The Cyprus Parkinson’s Disease Association was founded in 2000 with the aim to provide useful and practical information for individuals and their families that are confronted with the Parkinson’s Disease (also known as Parkinson disease or PD) in Cyprus.

The disease is named after the English doctor James Parkinson, who published the first detailed description in 1817.

The tulip has been elected by many Parkinson’s disease organisations and groups as their symbol.
On 11 April 2005, the Red Tulip (named the Dr. James Parkinson Tulip) was launched as the Worldwide Symbol of Parkinson’s Disease at the 9th World PD Day Conference in Luxembourg.

April 11 is World Parkinson’s Day

The Pledge for Parkinson’s is now live ready for World Parkinson’s Disease Day and also the EPDA event in the European Parliament on 11 April.  Please do sign it View Petition on Facebook and please encourage your friends and colleagues to also sign. 

European Unity Walk

The European Unity Walk is a unique event that aims to raise awareness across Europe about Parkinson’s disease and its impact on people living with the disease, their families and our entire society.

Join us on Friday 28 September in Amsterdam as we embark on our first European Unity Walk – a momentous, 1.6-kilometre procession that will bring together hundreds of our friends and supporters from across Europe, including people with Parkinson’s.

More information

Move for Change

 

Download the EPDA Extra «Move for change» (3MB) here


CPDA is a member of the

  • European Parkinson’s Disease Association (EPDA) and
 
  • World Parkinson’s Disease  Association (WPDA)
 

CPDA is a life long partner of 

 

CPDA is affiliated to