In this episode
Listen to chapter five, “Non-Motor Symptoms (Cognitive),” of the newest edition of our Every Victory Counts® manual. This chapter explores the cognitive symptoms that might be associated with Parkinson’s, such as difficulties in speech, comprehension, and memory. It also includes in-depth information about Parkinson’s disease psychosis (hallucinations and delusions) and impulse control disorders.
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- Check out the Every Victory Counts companion site, where you’ll find more resources on each topic featured in the book.
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For futher reading
Additional resources from the Every Victory Counts companion page:
- Cognition and How It Interacts with Other Non-Motor Symptoms
- The Connection Between Motor Function and Cognitive Function among People with Parkinson’s
- Psychiatric and Cognitive Complications in Parkinson’s
- From Clear to Partly Cloudy: Parkinson’s and Cognition
- Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis
- Q&A: Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis
- Substance Abuse, Recovery, and Parkinson’s
- Dementia and Later-Onset Parkinson’s
- When Your Person with Parkinson’s Has Hallucinations
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