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pdmama Apr 10
I have a lot going on right now, so I'm likely to be fairly quiet on my blog for a while, but here's my contribution to
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Geraldine Ralph Apr 25
Insightful comment from a client with today regarding some staff in her Care Home. “They’re at their work, but it’s my home, and sometimes I feel like I’m sitting in their workplace rather than they’re visiting my home.” Worth remembering
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The Neuro_MNI Apr 25
Anne McIsaac learned she had at 52. She had to leave her dream job shortly after. Now she devotes her time to taking care of the people who take care of her.
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Johnny Isakson Apr 9
As one who is living with Parkinson’s disease and on behalf of the estimated 500,000 to 1 million individuals in the United States who are affected by this disease, I’ve again introduced a Senate resolution designating April as :
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Trulieve Apr 11
April is . We have partnered with the Neuro Challenge Foundation to increase awareness of Parkinson’s Disease this year and to educate about the benefits of medical cannabis.
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CPPE Apr 14
April is . Parkinson’s disease is a condition that is thought to affect around 1 in 500 people. Take a look at our Parkinson’s disease focal point programme to help you consider how you can support patients and their carers:
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Leanne Blake Apr 23
Replying to @LeanneCocolea73
And Jan 😂(Mummy) at her 60th Birthday Party🎂🎉2008. At 67, she would be diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. FACT: we cannot slowed down Time🕰& our lives can change for better or worse, at any moment.
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Parmiter Antiques Apr 16
Aka Lord Sonic! This month is its not the end of the world! Keep yourself fit ! good diet !keep working if you can! Try not to sit around or give up!
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Gigi A Apr 11
The glows in orange and white tonight in honor of the for Parkinson’s Disease &
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Barrie Smith. #FBPE Apr 11
Parkinson's has had a huge media profile today 👍 Please remember us for the other 364 days in the year! a daily condition
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Int'l Neuromod Soc Apr 18
We've added a 2-minute video by our volunteer physician members to our Facebook page; here is a snippet!
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TheParkinsonsReport Apr 2
While completing our LSVT LOUD exercises this morning, a patient told me his . "My tip?...Friendships. The camaraderie is unlike anything else I've ever had. And I found mine while boxing."
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The New Music Film Apr 8
It's ! Since we started this film we have made contact with so many strong people looking for change. We learned how important it is for all to come together and Only then we can make a difference
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Alzheimer's Society Apr 1
Did you know that people with Parkinson's disease have a higher-than-average risk of developing dementia? Find out more this and read our factsheet on Parkinson's Disease.
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Shervin Rahimpour Apr 24
Enjoyed talking about for with our very own duke periop staff. We’ve got an amazing team with Drs Southwell, Turner and
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Senator Tim Kearney Apr 30
Awareness is key as we work toward a world without Parkinson’s disease. is an opportunity to share your - tips and resources that help make life better for people with Parkinson’s.
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Parkinson Society BC Apr 1
April is Parkinson's Awareness Month! Visit to learn more about how you can get involved, both online and offline! Here, you can download images to share on social media, or posters to put up in your community.
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Bryan M. Roberts Apr 2
To live well with Parkinson’s disease, you must keep challenging yourself. 8 years after my dx, I felt my balance was getting worse so I decided to start skateboarding again after a 20 year layoff. This time, my 8 y/o daughter joined me!
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NIH ADEAR Center Apr 23
is a disorder that leads to shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with walking, balance and coordination. Learn more about its symptoms and treatments during .
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La Trobe University Apr 7
More than 80,000 Australians are living with Parkinson’s disease bu there's no easy way to diagnose it. and Dr Lesley Cheng exploring new ways to detect the disease via a simple blood test:
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