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Substantial Matters: Life & Science of Parkinson’s

Nov 29, 2022

Medical problems often do not follow a schedule, and it can be frustrating to get them addressed when the next doctor appointment is weeks or months away. It’s important to have a plan about what to do for support between clinic appointments. A good first step is to discuss the issue with your health care team and to...


Nov 15, 2022

Ser trabajadora social en una clínica significa ser parte del equipo médico y brindar atención a las personas que viven con Parkinson y a sus familias.

 

En este episodio, hablamos con Adriana González, trabajadora social en el Centro para el Parkinson y Otros Trastornos del Movimiento de la University of...


Nov 1, 2022

Caregiving can be an intensive endeavor, not to mention the physical, mental, emotional, and even financial aspects of it. Just as people with Parkinson’s disease need support services, so, too, do their care partners. In this episode, Social Worker Cara Iyengar, MSW, LISW, the coordinator of the Parkinson’s...


Oct 21, 2022

Join community members from across the country for this virtual experience that allows you to move for Parkinson’s from wherever you are! This program will help you get motivated and kick off your 60 minute walk. Remember, you can walk, run, hike your favorite route, or simply just listen to the Moving Day at Home...


Oct 18, 2022

Cuando uno piensa en la enfermedad de Parkinson (EP), es fácil asociarla más con los síntomas motores, como la rigidez o el temblor; pero también existen síntomas no motores, como los cambios de estado de ánimo, la ansiedad o la depresión.

 

En este episodio, hablamos con la doctora Elsa Baena, neuropsicóloga...