Accessible designs that make the everyday tasks of those living with Parkinson’s a bit easier.
Do those with early onset Parkinson’s hold out more hope for a cure, whereas older sufferers simply want more comfort?
See the creative steps this Dad took to tell his kids, and the world, about “a very tough disease”.
Deep brain simulation for late-stage, early onset Parkinson’s might provide some hope for those for whom medications no longer work well.
Parkinson’s gradual deterioration is certainly preferable to a stroke. Sufferers can also celebrate small victories, like outlasting their prognosis.
Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease hasn’t stopped a Hampshire woman from cycling – and inspiring others to ride recumbent tricycles.
Hockey coach Steve Ludzik takes 22 pills daily to control his Parkinson’s symptoms. He is sure that blows to his head is the cause of his early onset Parkinson’s.
Does Parkinson’s run in families? Unfortunately, Dave Parker’s sister is battling a more advanced stage of the disease. Description: “The magical season of the first-place Pittsburgh Pirates was thrown a nasty curveball on Tuesday morning when former star Dave Parker went public with the news he is battling Parkinson’s disease. In talking with Joe Starkey […]
Tim Vickers, a Parkinson’s disease sufferer, says ‘It won’t kill me, but it might make me wish it had’. Description: “TIM Vickers says he tries not to think about the future.“ Source Link: http://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/news/10602995.Parkinson_s_disease_sufferer___It_won_t_kill_me__but_it_might_make_me_wish_it_had_/ posted on my Facebook page: Parkinson’s News