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The Parkinson’s Foundation has created a suite of promotional materials and information to help bring Aware in Care to your community.

The Parkinson’s Foundation has created a suite of promotional materials and information to help bring Aware in Care to your community.

Webinar on Aware in Care and hospitalization — View the video now or show it at your next meeting or symposium. The video covers the use of the kits and some new science on the importance of good care in the hospital.
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Educational PowerPoint for People with Parkinson’s and Families — Make Aware in Care a topic at your next meeting or symposium. Use this PowerPoint to highlight key facts about Parkinson’s and hospitalization. The presentation covers the items included in the Aware in Care kit as well as the steps to take to get the best care possible in the hospital. Please note this presentation is designed for families impacted by PD.
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Postcard — Share the basic facts about Aware in Care and how to order the kit with your constituents.
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Hospital Action Plan — Read about how to prepare for your next hospital visit, whether it is planned or an emergency.
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Parkinson’s Disease Fact Sheet — Share the facts about Parkinson’s with hospital staff and ask that a copy be placed in your chart.
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Video about Aware in Care — Mariann DiMinno, RN, MA, CNS from the University of California, San Francisco, answers some important questions about Parkinson’s and hospital visits.

Research into Parkinson’s Disease and Hospitalization

Kelvin L. Chou, M.D., et al. Hospitalization in Parkinson disease: a survey of Parkinson’s Foundation Centers of ExcellenceParkinsonism and Related Disorders, 2011.
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Michael Aminoff, M.D., et al. Management of the hospitalized patient with Parkinson’s disease: Current state of the field and need for guidelinesParkinsonism and Related Disorders, 2010.
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