The PND association is a disease organization representing children and families who are affected by a pediatric neurotransmitter disease.
We currently represent the following pediatric neurotransmitter diseases (click on disease for more information):
Our mission is to help children and families who are affected by PND's, support the identification of new PND's, find better treatments and ultimately a cure for those diseases that are already known. The PND Association is a non-profit, voluntary organization. To learn more go to about us.
THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NINDS, THE OFFICE OF RARE DISEASES AND THE PND ASSOCIATION PROUDLY PRESENT: "THE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC NEUROTRANSMITTER DISEASES:A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
PND ASSOCIATION AWARDS $245,000 TO PEDIATRIC NEUROTRANSMITTER DISEASE RESEARCH
Click here for a list of recipients/awards Thank you to the PND Grant Review Committee and Chair Darryl De Vivo MD for their enormous effort in making this possible. Research updates will be provided at the 2008 PND Symposium and on the PND Website.
PND recieves scholarships to go to Washington and lobby on behalf of PND's with Parkinsons Action Network (PAN)
For additional up to date information about advocacy, and the work being done on behalf of PND's click here
To become a member of the PND Association click here
PND Online Support Groups: click for more information
The PND Association is a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization.
We are supported by the many generous people who hold fundraising events and make tax deductable donations.
For upcoming fundraising events click here.
If you are interested in holding a fundraiser click here.
Thanks to the Dorsey Family for hosting the 3nd Annual BUNCO 4 PND Fundraiser
Thanks to the Ahlers Family for their success with the second PND Poker Run
Thanks to the Drews for a successful 5th Annual Family A'Fair
Thanks to the Hoffman's for the success of the 9th Annual Chip for Charity
Thank you to the Prabhakar/Kannusamy Family for raising close to $20,000 in honor of their daughter Swathi