Do you want to live well with Parkinson’s by helping others? Here’s your chance.
What can you do if you’re in the middle of, or headed toward, care partner burnout?
Brian and Lily Reedy talk to us about Parkinson’s care partners.
Shortcuts can be a Parkinson’s care partner’s dream. We created this one for you.
Here’s a menu of words that work and words to stay away from when you’re talking with someone who’s living with Parkinson’s.
It’s time to rewrite the rules for Parkinson’s care partners.
Happiness is contagious and a key ingredient in any long and happy marriage.
My father was diagnosed at the young age of 40. I don’t think that even now I can wrap my head around how he must have felt that day, but I do know that he did not stop fighting and living.
Parkinson’s entered our lives when our kids were small and Davis’ career was thriving. But truly, it had been lurking and provoking us for years.
It is vitally important that care partners have a depth of self-knowledge and be willing to ask, “How am I doing today?” or “How am I doing in this moment?”