Living with Parkinson’s can make even the most basic tasks challenging to accomplish. As you or your loved one adjusts to a Parkinson’s diagnosis, it’s
Bring in the New Year with a Sense of Order!
In the spirit of the New Year, our first Virtual Support Group of 2022 covered the topic of "Decluttering" and was presented Heidi Roed, Business Owner of Life
Understanding the Differences between COVID-19, the Flu, and the Common Cold
Check out the video below from Novant Health, which gives an overview of how to tell the difference between the COVID-19, the Flu, and the Common
Board of Directors Welcomes 3 New Members! Julie BoltAging Life Care Association (ALCA) Julie holds a Master of Science in Gerontology with Honors from
Parkinson’s Disease and Loneliness: “People are Hungry for Some Connection”
Dr Indu Subramanian, a movement disorder neurologist based in Los Angeles, US, shares why social engagement is crucial for the wellbeing of people with
Yoga Instructor Shares Her Motivation to MoveIt!
I have been teaching Yoga for Parkinson's through the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas since 2013. During this time, I've had an opportunity to teach
Living Well With PD While Raising A Family by Rebecca Miller, PhD
My family is small; it’s me, my 8 year old daughter, and our two cats, Mouse and Gigi. Having a small family while having Parkinson’s disease is hard, and
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What You Should Know About Marijuana and Parkinson’s
Marijuana and Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a hot topic. Watch our newest video, Neuro Talks, where James Beck, PhD, Parkinson’s Foundation Chief Scientific