7 Helpful Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms Resources

7 Helpful Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms Resources

Here’s 7 Resources To Help You Get Up To Speed About Parkinson’s Symptoms.

Confused about how to best manage your Parkinson’s disease symptoms?Perhaps, you’ve a stable medication regime but it’s the everyday challenges which really make it hard.

If that’s your situation – read on.

In this article we’ve compiled directory of resources which are arranged from the simple to the super detailed.

Each article contains information about Parkinson’s Disease symptoms.

There is likely great quality information that is curated by reputable organisations that did not make the cut. If you feel it’s worth being here, please let us know.

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1 A Brief Summary of Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms

  • This is courtesy of one of the most popular medical institutions in the United States of America, The Mayo Clinic.  On these pages they provide a brief overview of Parkinson’s disease symptoms.

2. What Are The Early Warning Signs of Parkinson’s Disease?

  • The National Parkinson’s Foundation have compiled 10 signs which may indicate a person maybe experiencing Parkinson’s disease. Of course, if you’re experiencing any of these 10 signs Parkinson’s disease symptoms please consult with your local medical doctor.

3. It’s not just about the movement: Parkinson’s Disease Non Motor (non- movement) Symptoms

  • Parkinson’s disease non motor (non- movement) symptoms have a big impact on a person’s functional abilities. Those abilities to live independently. In many situations, it’s not the movement difficulties which affect the person the most, but the non-movement symptoms.    Here is a comprehensive guide to both motor and non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. This article divides up into primary and secondary symptoms. This is well worth the read if you’re exploring the symptom landscape of Parkinson’s disease.

4. Key Terms About Parkinson’s Disease

  • The A to Z of key terms relevant to someone and their family who is experiencing Parkinson’s Disease. It’s likely you’ve heard of Michael J Fox and his well publicised journey with Parkinson’s disease. Through his experience of PD and his commitment to see a cure and change, the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, has established a detailed resource library, including this glossary of Parkinson’s disease key terms.

5. A Video: The Cardinal Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

  • Here’s a video which describes the cardinal symptoms Parkinson’s Disease. It’s likely most people, maybe much like yourself are familiar with the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD). This cluster of symptoms are known as the cardinal symptoms of PD. Here’s a brief introduction and video about the cardinal symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

6. What Is The Progression of Parkinson’s Disease?

  • The Parkinson’s disease symptom timeline will vary from person to person. PD is a chronic neuro-degenerative condition ( so symptoms will continue to change and you’ll experience a functional decline over time)  which advances commonly quite slowly.  The way it advances will be quiet different between each person, much like the symptoms one person experiences is entirely different to the next person.  Here’s an article which describes the common rating scales used by therapists and specialists as well as a the symptom stages of Parkinson’s disease people may experience.

7. Australian Parkinson’s Disease Symptom Information

Have you been recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease? Here are a number of hot button questions which you may have about Parkinson’s disease and it’s symptoms. These information sheets answer questions about Parkinson’s disease symptoms,  PD and its causes, dementia and Parkinson’s disease to mobility and Parkinson’s disease.

Parkinson’s Disease and Occupational Therapy

If you’re living with Parkinson’s Disease an Occupational Therapist may be able to help you achieve your goals so you can perform better to live better.

Whether you’re frustrated by your ability to perform everyday tasks, had a fall or perhaps you’ve experienced a decline in confidence to manage at home?

Whatever your situation, these are all very real and all too common experiences many people affected by PD, maybe much like you, have on a regular basis.

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