Discovering the right medications, complementary therapies, support and ways to stay independent can enhance your quality of life with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
Diet & Nutrition
The choices you make about food – what you eat, how much and when – impact your health and comfort.
Emotional strength is vital to physical health. Learn ways to successfully navigate the many feelings associated with a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis.
Daily Living Activities
There are many ways to maintain a good quality of life when living with Parkinson’s. These tips about getting dressed, driving, traveling and more can help.
Dental care can change with PD, but there are many strategies that can help avoid and treat dental issues.
Men and women with PD often face challenges with sexual dysfunction, but there are various therapies and treatments that can help you and your loved one work through them.
Advice for the Newly Diagnosed
If you've been recently diagnosed with PD, read this advice written by people who have lived well with PD for several years.
These tips can help people with PD who do not have a primary caregiver forge a path forward.
Veterans and Parkinson’s Disease
Veterans and their families can get resources and help with applying for care for Parkinson's Disease.
Talking to Children
Children can understand what PD is with simple answers to basic questions, and become part of a network of support.
Information about all of these topics and more is available in our PD Library.