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National Parkinson Foundation’s Moving Day®

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcXTYDmC2SI[/embed] Walk, stretch, dance and celebrate. Americans of all ages and fitness levels are invited

Caregiving, Parkinson's

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4 Parkinson’s Caregiving Insights

4 Parkinson’s Caregiving Insights

Nearly 1 million Americans are living with Parkinson’s disease, the nervous system disorder that disrupts body movement. Each year, more than 50,000

Parkinson's, Senior Care Tips

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Elder Care in Minnesota: Parkinson’s Care

Elder Care in Minnesota: Parkinson's Care

Although Parkinson’s disease is not fatal itself, the Centers for Disease Control lists Parkinson’s complications as the 14th leading cause of dea

Caregiving, Parkinson's

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The Parkinson’s Primer: 10 Tips for Parkinson’s Care

The Parkinson’s Primer:  10 Tips for Parkinson’s Care

When “Lars” was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, it was his goal to remain as active as he could for as long as possible.  He made sure to g

Caregiving, Family Caregivers, In-Home Care, Parkinson's, Senior Care Tips

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The Parkinson’s Primer: What is Parkinson’s Disease?

The Parkinson’s Primer:  What is Parkinson’s Disease?

At least once a day, “John” and his at-home caregiver Russ would be taking a walk, and John’s feet would simply stop moving.  They would litera

Alzheimer's, Dementia, Parkinson's

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Parkinson’s: An Introduction

Parkinson’s: An Introduction

“Louise” called our office one day, struggling to speak through her sobs.  “I can’t get out of my chair,” she eventually managed to push ou

Parkinson's

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