Welcome to the Parkinson Canada Knowledge Network. This area is dedicated to providing you access to video and audio resources that will enhance your understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
Watch our 4 part webinar focusing on McGill University’s Parkinson’s Disease: An Introductory Guide.
In part 3, Occupational Therapist Karen Hall shares important information on how you can continue to engage in your activities of daily living with modifications to your tasks and/or environment.
In part 4, Occupational Therapist, Beth Robertson, co-author of the new Parkinson’s Disease and Driving booklet, talks about the important topic of driving for people with Parkinson’s and their care partners.
2018 Expert Webinar Series
Join Parkinson Canada’s expert webinar series in a series of webinars covering various topics related to Parkinson’s disease.
Save the date for expert webinars in 2018 – Download a PDF listing the dates of all our 2018 Webinars.
|Feb 13, 2018||How to Keep Intimacy Alive in Parkinson’s Disease
Listen on Soundcloud
|Mar 16, 2018||
Live In-Person Event highlighting Parkinson's Disease: An Introductory Guide
View on Youtube
|May 8, 2018||Falls Prevention 365 Days a Year Register Now|
|Jun 12, 2018||Advanced Parkinson’s Therapies: DBS and Duodopa|
|Aug 14, 2018||Alternative Parkinson’s Therapies: Music & Dance|
|Sep 11, 2018||Parkinson’s Toolbox: All You Need to Manage Parkinson’s|
|Nov 13, 2018||PSP and Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) – Signs, Symptoms and Treatment|
|Dec 11, 2018||Incontinence and Voiding Dysfunction in Parkinson’s|
The Parkinson’s Journey
In 2018, Parkinson Canada expert, Robert TerSteege, presents a series of podcasts where he talks about issues relating to the different stages of Parkinson’s disease. These talks offer information, practical tips and advice on how to live better with Parkinson’s Disease. The episodes will be posted on SoundCloud at the beginning of each month mentioned below.
January, 2018: Early Stage Parkinson’s: The Newly Diagnosed
April, 2018: Mid-Stage Parkinson’s
July, 2018: Late-Stage Parkinson’s
October, 2018: Caregiving through the Stages of Parkinson’s
To submit questions in advance, send an email to email@example.com.