Did you know that you can actively impact the course of Parkinson’s disease (PD)? What you do and what you know can positively affect the quality of life for you and the person living with PD.
Join neurologist Dean Sutherland, MD, Ph.D., and occupational therapist Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, for two engaging and information-packed workshops. This comprehensive Parkinson’s disease “toolkit” will leave you informed, inspired, and ready to practice your new skills for a better life with PD.
Workshop #1 with Dr. Dean Sutherland
Who gets Parkinson’s disease, and how is it diagnosed?
What are the signs and symptoms?
Medications and treatments that can offer relief
How exercise and support groups can help
Workshop #2 with Teepa Snow
After the diagnosis: What you choose to do matters!
What helps, what hurts and what gets in the way?
Using rhythm and movement to overcome freezing and rigidity
Using visual and physical cues to guide and model care routines
Here's a link to a sample video from the package that you'll get:
Don't wait! This is a great learning tool for caregivers, patients and medical professionals. If you have someone living with Parkinson's in your life, this is the video for you. Click here for more information: