Research sheds light on optimal communication and creativity, by Clay Drinko
Improvisation as an intervention for Parkinson's disease
An interview with Dan Dumsha & Rosemary Morrison from Improv for Wellness: Can Laughter be the Best Medicine? Improv for Parkinson’s says YES, And!
By Margot Escott
Parkinson symptoms vary between individuals & fluctuate throughout the day. Over time, some symptoms improve, others get worse. PRO-PD turns vague, fluctuating symptoms into a numerical, trackable, shareable PD severity score. Use it to set goals & communicate with your physicians.
Join me, Larry Gifford, as I share my personal journey into what it’s like to live and work with Parkinson’s disease as a 40-something husband and father with a career.
Parkinson Society British Columbia is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. " We believe that every person touched by Parkinson's deserves to know that they are not alone in their journey. We are here for you. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is committed to offering support, sharing reliable information, and raising funds for programs and research."
The PD Avengers (Global Alliance to End Parkinson’s) is a global alliance of people with Parkinson’s, our partners and friends, standing together demanding change in how the disease is seen and treated.
The true story of a stuttering homosexual and his race car. Written by Unblockables teacher, Robert O'Brien.
Some Stutter, Luh! is a podcast based in Newfoundland and Labrador that delves into the experiences of living with communication differences. Hosted by Greg O’Grady, each episode features conversations with individuals who face speech and language challenges, as well as experts such as speech-language pathologists, researchers, educators, and family members.