For more videos like this, visit Most older adults worry about falling, but for people with Parkinson’s the risk of falling can be made worse by certain symptoms. In this webinar you will learn [More]
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS TOPIC: As Parkinson’s disease advances, movement becomes increasingly difficult. If you care for someone with late-stage Parkinson’s, you will likely need to provide greater hands-on assistance and learn safe [More]
In this month’s Living with Parkinson’s Meetup, panelists discuss falling and freezing of gait with Parkinson’s and what you can do to minimize it. This content is made possible by the generous support of viewers [More]
A video recording of the Zoom webinar “Parkinson’s and Fall Prevention” co-hosted by Virtual Kare and InStep Mobility, with panelists Jonathan Miller (Ustep), Jay Berger (Virtual Kare) and Dr. Pinky Argawal, Neurologist.
For more information on this topic, visit: Parkinson’s disease leads to problems walking and balancing, including freezing of gait, a feeling feet are ‘glued to the floor’ when attempting to start walking or turning, [More]
No one plans on falling but when you are living with Parkinson’s, there is a high likelihood that falling may occur due to the disease, or just a normal trip on the curb. Either way, [More]
This is Part 1 of the SmartXPD “Don’t Fall” Series. Developing, practicing and maintaining strategies for your activities of daily living (ADLs) is incredibly important if you have Parkinson’s. Even the seemingly simple task of [More]
Don’t let a fall bring you down. In this webinar, physiotherapist Jacquie Townsend will discuss the importance of falls prevention, strategies to manage risks associated with falls, methods to reduce the risk of falls, what [More]
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