From Clear to Partly Cloudy: Parkinson’s and Cognition

Cognitive Changes Parkinson's - Davis Phinney Foundation

Parkinson’s affects more than movement, and changes in cognition represent a non-motor symptom that everyone living with Parkinson’s will experience at one time or another. Paul Short, PhD, a clinical psychologist and “the Parkinson’s Coach” discusses Parkinson’s and cognition, including how cognitive changes manifest themselves and affect daily life. He offers practical solutions for responding to these changes. Dr. Paul’s background in neuropsychology allows him to translate many subtle aspects of the disease into plain language; plain language that produces practical plans.

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