Patients are at the heart of our work, and we provide meaningful treatment options and resources to bring brighter moments to them and their loved ones.
Support for Patients and Our Community
Helping people fight neurological diseases goes beyond creating treatments. We also want to provide them with the educational and supportive tools they need to shine through their diseases.
Our Patient Advocacy and Industry Relations team is focused on championing the person beyond their disease. The team is dedicated to elevating the patient voice, supporting training and education for patients/caregivers that address the multi-cultural needs in the community, and partnering to improve care and address health inequalities through public policy initiatives.
Understanding Your Disease
When it comes to neurological disorders, knowledge is power. Our educational programs can help patients and caregivers better understand these complex diseases and make informed health decisions.
More To Parkinson’s
There is more to Parkinson’s disease than you may know. Around 50% of people living with Parkinson’s may experience hallucinations or delusions during the course of their disease. Your healthcare provider may refer to these Parkinson’s-related hallucinations and delusions as Parkinson’s disease psychosis.
A community to share stories with one another—the big and small lessons, experiences, and memories that tell the story of Rett syndrome.
Starting a new medication can be intimidating. But Acadia Connect is here for you and here with you at every part of the journey. With the help of a dedicated Care Coordinator, you’ll be able to navigate prescriptions, insurance and more.
Patient Advocacy Organizations
People living with neurological disorders are not alone. From disease education to research efforts, support groups to important outreach, these patient advocacy organizations are helping to make the world a better place for people with neurological diseases. We are engaged with organizations supporting Acadia’s full portfolio. Below are examples of some of the organizations we work closely with:
American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)
The largest grassroots organization dedicated to helping people living with Parkinson’s live a full life.
Davis Phinney Foundation
A foundation dedicated to helping people living with Parkinson’s disease manage their disease with support programs, tools and research.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
A foundation dedicated to finding a cure and improved therapies for Parkinson’s disease.
A foundation that has contributed over half a century’s work to improving care and treatment for those living with Parkinson’s disease.
International Rett Syndrome Foundation
A leading private funder and host of the largest global gathering for Rett syndrome research—dedicated to empowering those impacted by the disease.
An organization that exists to conquer Alzheimer’s disease.