APDA Northwest is proud to present a series of free virtual workshops designed to give you practical tools and techniques to help you improve your quality of life with PD.
Hand …Read More
Mondays 10 – 11:15 am PSTFebruary 12 – April 8th, 2024(No class on Monday, April 1st)
An 8-week program designed to provide participants with Parkinson’s, their carepartners, family and friends the …Read More
The Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation provides programs available to you six days a week! All FREE due to the generosity of our donors, so you can stay ACTIVE, FIT, ENGAGED, and live your BEST …Read More
February 14-15, 2024
Join us for a FREE two-day event designed to educate, empower, and engage you! Perfect for people with PD, care partners, friends and family, and anyone who wants …Read More
Rowing To Beat Parkinson’s.
The goal of Human Powered Potential is to explore and expand our capacity for endurance — mental, physical and spiritual — while engaging in endeavors intended to …Read More
Yale University is evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an FDA-approved antidepressant called ketamine for individuals with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
We believe that ketamine could reduce depression and possibly target other …Read More
https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/news/soft-robotic-apparel-to-avert-freezing-of-gait-in-parkinsons-disease/?utm_source=PAR&utm_campaign=ff78228b04-PAR_ENL_3.0_US&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_62dd4fb5e3-ff78228b04-75100205: Wearable device prevents freezing of gait in Parkinson’s patient
Researchers at Harvard and Boston universities have adapted a soft, robotic wearable device to help mitigate the effects …Read More
DaTscan™ (Ioflupane I-123), which has been FDA-approved since 2011, has been a critical tool for doctors and researchers to help diagnose Parkinson’s. This year we have entered …Read More
Join us online for a discussion all about Executive Function!
What does “executive functioning” mean?
What are the neural mechanisms or areas of the brain associated with executive functions?
What unique executive functioning …Read More