PD Community Blogs
We’ve searched the “blogosphere” for creative, informative and educational blogs that might be of interest to you.
Kate Kelsall: Shake, Rattle and Roll
Kate was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in the mid-1990s. In addition to being an activist for Parkinson research, she is a co-facilitator of a DBS support group in Denver.
Here’s a few more blogs that are worth checking out.
- Studio Foxhaven: Parkinson’s Journal
- About Parkinson’s Disease: Natural Healthy Concepts
- Shaky Paws Grampa
Voices from Parkinson's community
Date: Dec 16, 2013
By Aaron Haug, M.D., Blue Sky Neurology
This is second article in a two-part series discussing nonmotor symptoms in Parkinson disease (PD). Although it is often tremor that first brings PD to someone’s attention, the nonmotor symptoms of PD can cause a significant portion of the discomfort and disability for people with Parkinson’s (PWP). Not everyone will experience all of these symptoms, but it is important for PWP and their loved ones to be aware of these symptoms so that treatments can be considered.
Date: Jun 11, 2012
Live in the moment
- Learn from the past, plan for tomorrow, but live for today.
- Don’t put off those activities that you have talked about doing “some day”.
- Make time for fun.
Date: Jun 21, 2012
Be sure your doctor is a movement disorder specialist/neurologist (MDS).
Even if your doctor is a neurologist, this does not mean that he/she has the experience or education with movement disorders that will enable them to provide the specific care you need.
Date: Oct 23, 2012
Fall Prevention ...
Falls can be very frightening to individuals with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners. They generally are dramatic and symbolize a loss of control. One of our major goals as an organization is to educate individuals living with Parkinson’s disease on fall prevention and identify ways to prevent falls.
Date: Jan 02, 2013
Do you ever get the feeling that you are working for your home? I am not talking about the many years you spend paying for your home. The question is how often do you find that your home makes every day life easier for you?
Date: Mar 28, 2013
When the doctor first utters the words hospice or palliative care, many people freeze. No one wants to hear those words used in reference to their loved one. It’s scary and often families have no idea what this means. Instead of feeling relieved and empowered, families often feel anxious. Many people don’t actually know what palliative care is and how it can help a loved one achieve a better quality of life.
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