Life does not stop with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease – but things change. This video discusses challenges maintaining professional life while caring for a loved one.
John S. Allen, PhD, a health psychologist, discusses therapeutic approaches for PD depression, anxiety and psychosis.
National Parkinson Foundation PSA featuring Katie Couric, Honorary National Chair of Moving Day®, a Walk for Parkinson's. Moving Day is the first grassroots campaign to spotlight Parkinson's disease (PD) awareness on a national level.
Julie Carter, ANP, gives an overview of Parkinson's Disease.
Joel Mack, MD, a geriatric psychiatrist, discusses the pharmacological management of depression, anxiety, and psychosis related to Parkinson's disease.
Lisa Mann, RN, MA, BSN, discusses managing depression, anxiety and psychosis.
Learn about Chicago White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham and his work in the Parkinson's disease community. Gordon Beckham launched Out of the Park for Parkinson's in 2010 to raise awareness and support to help end Parkinson's disease. To date, Out of the Park has raised over $120,000 for the National Parkinson Foundation.
Chuck Scarborough interviews NPF's President & CEO, Joyce Oberdorf, about Parkinson's disease during Parkinson's Awareness Month.
People with advancing Parkinson’s require safe and effective care, all the time. There might come a time when this type of care can no longer be provided at home.
When someone is diagnosed with Parkinson's, everyone in the family is affected. As your loved one’s care needs change, you must continually reevaluate your need for help.