Parkinson’s is present all of the time in our home, and I need to keep it present in order to be honest with my family and myself.
My dad’s face, like many people with Parkinson’s who experience facial masking, is less expressive and more neutral than one would expect, given the content of his conversation.
Discover how to care for yourself while living as a Parkinson’s care partner.
As a caregiver, you are providing a valued and invaluable service to your loved one. You didn’t ask for it,…
Connie Carpenter Phinney talks about how adult children of people with Parkinson’s can intervene without interfering.
Learn ways to communicate with children of different ages about Parkinson’s.
Learn how to use resetting as a tool for fostering good communication between people with Parkinson’s and their care partners.
Learn how saying “no” as a care partner as a protective strategy can actually mean saying “yes”.