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Parkinson disease

Parkinson's disease
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Type of Disease: Genetic, autosomal dominant Genetic, predisposition/ multifactorial Geriatric Acquired

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Fitness Counts
Added On: Apr 23, 2014
Category: General
Exercise is important at any stage of Parkinson’s. This book describes exercise methods that contribute to stability and includes photos to demonstrate proper form.
Caring and Coping
Added On: Apr 23, 2014
Category: General
Written for care partners of people with Parkinson’s, this book profiles caregiver roles and activities. Topics include what to expect, care options, activities of daily living, legal and financial planning and taking care of yourself as caregiver.
What You and Your Family Should Know
Added On: Apr 23, 2014
Category: General
This book offers a basic overview of Parkinson’s disease. Topics include symptoms, diagnosis, parkinsonism, treatment options, putting your health team together, accepting and adapting to PD, and staying well.
Aware in Care
Added On: Apr 8, 2014
Category: General
Aware in Care aims to help people with Parkinson’s disease get the best care possible during a hospital stay.