Parkinsons

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The Hidden Dangers of Social Isolation for Seniors and Their Caregivers

Social isolation, especially for seniors and their caregivers, is a growing concern. We’re here to share some awesome ways to stay connected!

Managing Parkinson’s Disease as a Patient and a Caregiver – with Kristin Rossi | Connecting the Community

In this episode of Connecting the Community with Chris, Affinity CEO, Chris Zayid has an interesting conversation with Ms. Kristin Rossi, CEO of Michigan Parkinson’s Foundation. Watch the full podcast or read the transcript below to learn about the various resources that are available for people diagnosed or living with Parkinson’s disease, as well as …

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8 Myths About Parkinson’s Disease

As we begin Parkinson’s Awareness Month in April, it’s essential to understand the reality of this neurodegenerative disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Despite the scientific community’s efforts, myths and misconceptions surrounding Parkinson’s persist.  This blog post will separate fact from fiction and explore misunderstandings about Parkinson’s and its treatment. With an estimated 6.1 …

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