5 Ways to Lighten Your Load as a Caregiver for Someone with PD

Caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease (PD) can be a challenging job, especially as the disease progresses. How can you lighten your daily workload while still helping your loved one remain independent as long as possible? There are many solutions- here are just a few!

Myths About Caring for Someone with Parkinson’s Disease

As many of you know, until the day you become a caregiver you don’t really know what to expect as a caregiver. The unknown is more than likely the cause of so many myths surrounding the life of a caregivers.

Fall Prevention for People with Parkinson’s Disease

Falls are a frequent complication of Parkinson's disease (PD), and preventing falls is very important.

Tips of Caring for a Loved One with Parkinson’s Disease

We know that being a caregiver is one of the most demanding jobs with a wide range of emotions from sad to angry.

Making Cooking Easier with Parkinson’s Disease

Cooking or baking can be a favorite hobby for many, but those with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) may find the task to be more daunting.

Parkinson’s Resources in Your Community

A Parkinson’s diagnosis comes with a wide range of challenges, questions and concerns.

Early Warning Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

As we continue to spread awareness for Parkinson’s Disease (PD) this month, we thought it would be valuable to share the early warning signs of the disease.

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

With April being National Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month, it’s important to understand what exactly Parkinson’s is and how it can impact someone’s life.

Foods to Help Boost Memory

Eating healthy can decrease your chance of diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, and more.

Common Drug-Food Interactions You Should Know

We know that medications often come with warnings explaining the risks of taking certain pills with other drugs and alcohol, but did you know that certain foods can also affect the way your body processes medications?

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