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Ask the MD: Caregiving and Parkinson's

Caregiving in Parkinson’s disease looks different for different people. It depends on many factors — symptoms, stage of disease and your relationship to the person with Parkinson’s. Caregiving could be buttoning your spouse’s shirt, driving a friend to the doctor’s office or helping your mother prepare her meals.

Watch this video for practical advice on managing daily life after a diagnosis of Parkinson’s and tips to help you stay well while you’re caring for a loved one.

Continue to check the "Ask the MD" webpage for blogs and videos on Parkinson’s, related topics and research updates.

The “Ask the MD” series is supported by Acorda Therapeutics and caregiving educational content is supported by Senior Helpers. While our generous sponsors make some of our educational programs possible, their support does not influence MJFF’s content or perspective. 

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