Michelle Underhill, MA, SLP-CCC from Northern Colorado Therapy addresses common speech and language challenges in Parkinson’s and demonstrates exercises you can do at home to improve them. Topics include soft voice, excess saliva, dry mouth, word retrieval and more.
Art therapy can be used to address specific symptoms of Parkinson’s like tremor and freezing and to prevent isolation and depression.
Learn about all the ways an occupational therapist (OT) can help you live well with Parkinson’s.
OT recommends simple actions you can take every day to live well with Parkinson’s.
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Learn about the risks and potential benefits of complementary therapies.
Learn about the risks and potential benefits of a wide range of complementary and alternative therapies for Parkinson’s.
Introduction Studies show that between 60 and 83% of people with Parkinson’s report experiencing pain, and chronic pain is twice…
We recently hosted a webinar with speech-language pathologist John Dean. You can get access to the recording here. We received…
Bradykinesia, or slowness of movement, is one of the four primary motor symptoms of Parkinson’s, and it can have a…