Caregiver Summit 2016: The PD You Can't See: Dealing With Non-Motor Symptoms

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When most people think of Parkinson’s disease, they think of its impact on motor function: tremors, stiffness, or slowness of movement. Those who live with Parkinson’s every day know that the disease has many other symptoms that can be even more challenging and have a huge impact on quality of life. In this session, Kaitlyn Roland, PhD, and Marcia Gliss, RN, discuss the PD you can’t see from both the clinical perspective and lived experience and share resources and opportunities for support. If you have someone to watch this video with you, grab them now! Kaitlyn leads participants through a one-on-one exercise that is best done with a partner (though you’ll still enjoy the session on your own)!

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