Parkinson’s Disease: What Providers Need to Know

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (1:00 – 2:30 pm)
The Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea, 91 Crest Avenue, Chelsea, MA  02150

Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a progressive, degenerative condition with a profound impact on those diagnosed with it and on those who care for them.  PD is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s, and it is estimated that the number of persons living with PD will double by 2040. To assist community providers to better understand and respond, this presentation will provide an overview of Parkinson’s Disease by addressing:

Overview of motor and non-motor symptoms of PD and impact on daily living

Diagnosis and progression of the disease and treatments for PD management

Challenges to mental health and wellness for persons living with PD and their care providers

Resources for optimal wellbeing while living with a chronic, progressive neurological disease

 Presenting will be Anne Muskopf, MS, OTR/L, Charlotte & Richard Okonow Parkinson’s Family Support Program Director for Jewish Family & Children’s Service. Anne has over a decade of experience as a Home Health Care Clinician and is certified in LSVT-Big, an evidence-based, intensive treatment program for people with PD.

Social Work, Nursing, LADC, and EMS continuing education credits being pursued.

Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) continuing education credits are approved by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.

To request registration, please complete the Registration Form that can be found through the following link:

Parkinson’s Disease

Seating is limited. Registration spaces are offered on a first come first served basis.

 There is no charge for this training.

Dan Collier
Conversations for Caring
Office Days: Mondays – Thursdays
Direct Phone: 781-586-8620
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One thought on “Parkinson’s Disease: What Providers Need to Know”

  1. My symptoms started at the age of 47. My fingers on my left hand were stiff and were difficult to move. People noticed that my walk was not normal. I was often asked did I hurt. I noticed nothing different about my walk. It was difficult getting up from` a chair and getting out of a car. I was diagnosed a year later ,it was the onset of tremors starting in my right hand that caused my other symptoms to be recognized as Parkinson’s.. I am now 59. With the new herbal medicine i purchase from totalcureherbsfoundation .c om  was my only way to get rid of my PD,the herbal formula effectively reverse my condition and alleviate all symptoms. 

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