When we first started to research Parkinson's Disease we were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information that is freely available from Neurologists, the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, the various national Parkinson's organizations, and so on.
The Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research is here https://www.michaeljfox.org/
Making sense of what was available, and sorting it into some sort of order, became a priority task if we were ever going to get on top of all the data we had collected.
Being able to find the information we wanted when we wanted it was becoming a nightmare.
In the end, the solution that worked for us was to combine all the relevant information into a sorted PDF file with an interactive Table of Contents. We called it A Parkinson's Compendium.
The file ended up being over 540 pages long but is readable on any device like a tablet, smartphone, Desktop PC, or laptop.
It is not a totally professional looking document by any means, being comprised of different publications from a variety of sources but it does the job of being an all in one compendium of relevant Parkinson's Disease Information and saves having to go to the internet every time you want to either look up or revisit some piece of Parkinson's information.
The link to download the file is below. It is 40 Mb in size. It can be printed if needed, although it is far easier to use in a digital format, and a 540 + page printed file is not easy to use.
Clicking on the link will take you to a blank browser page and a box that asks you to download the file.