Parkinsons Pointe

Parkinson's Pointe is a center for all who have heard the words, "You have Parkinson's". The center empowers people to make changes to their health behaviors to manage their disease, despite barriers and no cure. Our community, exercise classes, and mentorship programs empower all to live well now.

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General Information

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Parkinsons Pointe​​​​​​​
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12500 E Iliff Ave, Suite 300
suite 300
Aurora, CO 80014
Colorado Location
8150 S University Blvd
Suite 120
Aurora, CO 80122
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12500 E Iliff Ave
suite 300
Aurora, CO 80014
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Mission Statement

Parkinson's Pointe provides a community for support and programs that improve the quality of life for people impacted by Parkinson's disease.

Organization History

Parkinson's Pointe was founded in 2018 by physical therapists who recognized the need for a comprehensive center that addressed the health behavior changes necessary to make a positive impact on the quality of life for people with Parkinson's Disease and reduce the financial burden on the community. Parkinson's Pointe is a 501(c)(3) located in Centennial, CO that provides community based exercise such as boxing, yoga, dance, as well as social programs, nutrition classes and educational workshops for all. Programs are offered to all seniors and without a fee to ensure cost is not a barrier to access. While participation in the community through donations and volunteering is highly encouraged. The goal of programming includes elevating the quality of life for all those impacted by the disease including the family and person with Parkinson's.


"Medication alone is not enough. The one activity that has been truly disease-altering for me is high intensity exercise. Exercise along with the comradery you feel when working-out hard alongside your friends in the community." -- PWP Member since 2018

"I am in better shape now than I was before I was diagnosed. I know now my life is on the line. But I wouldn't be able to do it without the support of my community and these classes." -- PWP Member since 2019

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