Living with Parkinson’s disease one day at a time. Get tips and read about living and coping with Parkinson’s disease.

By Karl Robb - March 1, 2018
Apathy is more than a basic indifference or inability to make a clear and decisive decision. Merriam-Webster defines apathy as a lack of feeling or emotion or a lack of interest or concern.... READ MORE

By maria.deleon - February 23, 2018
As we start a new year, many of us might have enrolled in new insurance programs and discovered that their doctors are no longer in-network, even worse, not covered by your insurance... READ MORE

By Michael Church - February 16, 2018
Each day starts out pretty much the same way. I try to get out of bed gracefully (which means without falling). Usually successful I then make coffee and take meds. After breakfast,... READ MORE

By Michael Church - January 29, 2018
Several years ago, I had the opportunity to attend a fascinating breakout session at the first World Parkinson Congress in Washington, DC on faith-based care. When I signed up, I remember thinking... READ MORE

By Michael Church - January 10, 2018
Doctors vs. patients? It seems like a contradiction, but in far too many cases, that is exactly the scenario described. Doctors, more specifically, neurologists because we are talking here about Parkinson’s disease,... READ MORE

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