Small handwriting also known micrographia is a symptom of Parkinson's disease. Very limited information on micrographia is readily available to the public. Since 2014, we have worked closely with people living with PD to understand micrographia and have developed techniques that work to improve this symptom. Today, we are the ONLY Internationally acclaimed and research based organization that provides improvement of this symptom in as little as four-six weeks.
Our Let’s Combat Micrographia Workshops and Workbooks focus specifically on how to improve small handwriting while increasing confidence in the process of writing. We focus our internally developed research based methodologies that prepare you to re-learn the art of writing.
Our interactive workbooks and workshops are designed to help improve the small handwriting symptom found in those living with Parkinson's Disease. We offer live and virtual classes to provide step by step instruction on how to improve this symptom.
The creation of our second edition workbook is supported by the National Institute of Health's National Network of Libraries of Medicine. Our workbook is sold internationally and was featured at the 2016 and 2019 World Parkinson Congress in Oregon and Japan.
Now available in Spanish!! See below or click the button below to visit our workbook page.
We offer in person and virtual Let's Combat Micrographia workshops to help those living with Parkinson's improve their handwriting. Click Live Workshops to learn of the upcoming workshops that will be delivered via Zoom.
We are also offering an online Virtual Workshop series to enable people with Parkinson's to take the course from the comfort of their own home from ANYWHERE in the world.
Would you like to become a certified Let's Combat Micrographia Workshop Instructor? Well now you can by attending our training course.
Registration information is now available, click below to find out more!
This workshop is only open to people living Parkinson's disease and the material that will be shared is proprietary and confidential. You will receive further registration details after your submission.