For those with the responsibility of having to care for someone diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, we all know that it’s […]
Being a good caregiver to someone with Parkinson’s can be a difficult job. So, I wanted to share some of the tips and tricks I have learned from being a caregiver to a spouse with Parkinson’s over the last few years.
Dr. Stephen Grill of the Parkinson and Movement Disorder Center of Maryland in Elkridge, Maryland recently shared his insights about […]
No dates for opening in-person PFNCA Wellness classes yet Online classes are continuing via Zoom Read on for more Prior to […]
With the recent COVID-19 pandemic those with Parkinson’s need to stay home and practice social distancing. However, this may cause […]
In these challenging times, we are providing simple but critically important information to keep you and your loved ones safe. […]
PFNCA’s Medical Advisory Board and staff have gathered a list of resources to help you during these uncertain times. They […]
While PFNCA Wellness Programs are on break due to the social distancing guidelines to reduce the spread of coronavirus, the […]
There are many misconceptions about Parkinson’s disease, so we made a list debunking the most common ones to help educate, on the truth of Parkinson’s.
There are many issues and complications that can arise during the winter when you or a loved one has Parkinson’s […]