Susan Imke, FNP of Kane Hall Barry Neurology talks about the barriers to addressing intimacy challenges and offers suggestions for how couples can start a conversation about intimacy with each other and with their doctor.
If you are living with Parkinson’s, a service dog could be a transformative feature in your story.
Occupational therapy focuses on adapting the environment, teaching a skill and education to increase participation and ability to perform daily activities.
Whatever your personal sense of spirituality may be, spirituality as it relates to living with Parkinson’s often includes learning to grieve and express love and gratitude for the people in your life.
Dr. Wayne has been studying the impact of tai chi and Qigong, two popular mind-body interventions, on motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s.
We’re so inspired by our Ambassadors who continue to advocate. Your voice matters.
Use exercise to take control of your Parkinson’s and enjoy a better quality of life. These strategies can help you stay with a program and become a lifelong exerciser.
In this video, Dr. Peter Wang explores how tai chi can help you exercise your mind and body to improve cognitive and motor function in people with Parkinson’s.
In this video, Susan Imke explains how finding and using your signature strengths can help you become a more resilient person and give you the ability to adapt to challenges in Parkinson’s and in your everyday life.
Graham Hughes explores how to maximize the benefits you get from your Parkinson’s medications, as well as managing your needs and expectations.
David Levanthal shares how identifying as a dancer rather than a person with Parkinson’s can liberate you and change your attitude about Parkinson’s.
Learn how to improve your quality of life without becoming overwhelmed by trying to do too much at once.
A light-hearted presentation on how to live well with Parkinson’s.
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