In mid-February 2022, the Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) re-played a discussion from June 2020 on depression and anxiety in Parkinson’s disease (PD). The webinar featured a panel of physicians and people with PD that included a psychiatrist, neurologist, and a music producer. The panelists addressed why and how mood changes as people age and in PD, and how to talk about the symptoms with each other and with healthcare providers.… Full Story>
Archives for April 2022
“Neuropsychology of Parkinson’s disease” – Webinar Notes
In February 2022, the American Parkinson Disease Association’s (APDA) Virginia chapter hosted a webinar on neuropsychology with neuropsychologist Dr. Michael Shapiro. Dr. Shapiro discussed cognitive and psychological symptoms of PD. He described the neuropsychological evaluation process, testing, and possible treatments.… Full Story>
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month.
This is a great opportunity to increase awareness about PD, its symptoms, and the challenges of living with PD as well as caring for someone with PD. We hope that raising awareness can generate support for all those affected by this neurological disorder. Read more….… Full Story>
April 2022 – Caregiver Webinar and other Virtual Events
Every month, Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach produces a list of Parkinson’s-related webinars and virtual meetings with speakers. Here’s our April 2022 list.… Full Story>
April 2022 – Parkinson’s Webinars and Virtual Meetings with Speakers
Every month, Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach produces a list of Parkinson’s-related webinars and virtual meetings with speakers. Here’s our April 2022 list.