Tag Archive for: Parkinson’s Disease


Dance for Parkinson’s Disease

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month.  Learn about how Occupational Therapists assist those living with Parkinson’s Disease in our previous blog:  My Grandma vs. Parkinson’s.  Also, check out this wonderful program, based in Toronto, providing an opportunity for creative expression, physical activity and increased movement control for people with Parkinson’s Disease:  Dancing with Parkinson’s.


The Benefits of OT For Parkinson’s Disease

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month.  Occupational Therapists help to provide creative and proactive strategies for managing well at home and in the community for a variety of illnesses and disabilities, including Parkinson’s Disease.  The following from The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation discusses some of the many benefits Occupational Therapy provides for those living with Parkinson’s Disease.

The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation:  Occupational Therapy Can Benefit People with Parkinson’s Disease

To learn more about Occupational Thearpy and Parkinson’s Disease check out our blog:  My Grandma Versus Parkinson’s Disease