Posted on March 11, 2009 Updated on April 09, 2010Category: Young Children Learning About ParkinsonísResource Type: PublicationsThis fact sheet offers information and guidance about sharing your PD diagnosis with children. Subjects include helping your family understand PD and practical tips for talking to kids. Also... Read more
Posted on March 11, 2009 Updated on April 12, 2011Category: Young Children Learning About ParkinsonísResource Type: PublicationsThis booklet offers suggestions for parents when talking with their children about Parkinson's disease and in answering some of the more common questions children ask.
Posted on March 11, 2009 Updated on February 28, 2011Category: Living at HomeResource Type: PublicationsThis guide provides practical suggestions for coping with the complex problems associated with advanced PD. Topics covered in this booklet include deciding where to live, hygiene care, tips on... Read more
Posted on January 15, 2010 Updated on February 28, 2011Category: Employment IssuesResource Type: PublicationsThis article offers helpful information and insights about working when living with Parkinson's disease. Topics covered include staying in the workforce, knowing the law, disclosing one's... Read more
Posted on March 18, 2010 Updated on April 07, 2011Category: Staying IndependentResource Type: PublicationsThis audio CD and accompanying handbook is based on the author's 23 years of experience in the occupational therapy field. They provide many easy-to-follow recommendations for fall prevention and... Read more
Posted on April 08, 2010 Updated on April 12, 2011Category: End of LifeResource Type: PublicationsThis fact sheet discusses the role and benefits of hospice for a person and family living with advanced PD. Suggestions on how to discuss hospice with a family member and tips for applying for... Read more
Posted on February 28, 2011 Updated on April 12, 2011Category: Living at HomeResource Type: PublicationsThis fact sheet discusses how palliative care can help people with advanced PD live well, and -with their cargivers- manage what may seem like a very difficult situation
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