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5 Common Myths about Parkinson’s Caregiving

There’s a saying in the medical community that if you’ve seen one person with Parkinson’s, you’ve seen… one person with Parkinson’s. The same can be said for PD caregivers. Experiences with the disease vary widely, and symptoms change over time. That means caregiving can be unpredictabl...

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5 Ways to Help with Parkinson’s Care when you Live Far Away

If you live far away from a loved one with Parkinson’s, you may feel limited in how much you can help out. Our community shares advice on simple ways to feel more connected and involved, whether you and your loved one live a car ride or a flight apart. As you reach out, remember that long-distance...

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Apathy and Fatigue in Parkinson’s

Finding it hard to get-up-and-go, or you’re simply not interested? You may be experiencing apathy, a common Non-motor Symptom of Parkinson’s Disease. Apathy causes a general lack of motivation and interest, as well as a dampening of emotional expression. Hobbies and social activities may no long...

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