Guide to Vision Issues in Parkinson’s: Symptoms & Treatments

It is very common for people living with Parkinson’s to experience issues with their vision. A recent study found that 82% of people with Parkinson’s experienced one or more visual symptoms. These may include double vision, dry eyes, blurry vision, and sometimes...

Dress Easier with Adaptive Clothing for Parkinson’s

June is National Safety Month! For people living with Parkinson’s disease, adaptive clothing can be a game changer for dressing easier, reducing risk of injury, and maintaining independence. As Parkinson’s disease progresses, some may experience more severe tremors,...

Hand Exercises to Alleviate Parkinson’s Symptoms

A common symptom of Parkinson’s disease is loss of dexterity, or controlled movement, in the hands. The severity of symptoms ranges from person to person, but even the most impacted individual may benefit from a variety of targeted hand exercises. Why Does PD Impact...

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