MOBILITY SOLUTIONS #2

Fixing Falling This answer is simple – you can’t. I could just stop there, and you would be disappointed, but you would probably understand. Parkinson’s patients are going to fall. It is inevitable. But we can unpack this topic somewhat, and perhaps we can find some ways to prevent a few of the falls. AsContinue reading “MOBILITY SOLUTIONS #2”

What to do in a CRISIS

This is the 9th day since hubby was tested for COVID-19, and we still do not have the official results. My unofficial diagnosis is that he does NOT have the coronavirus, mostly because his symptoms are not consistent with that virus. Instead, we discovered that he likely has an infection that is treatable with antibiotics,Continue reading “What to do in a CRISIS”

Always Learning Something New

We are nearly 2 weeks post-hospital, and we are making slow progress. My estimation is that we lost 6 months while being in the hospital for 5 days. We may not get back to hubby’s pre-hospital condition. However, I am not discouraged. Life happens. Instead, I want to encourage you and support you in whateverContinue reading “Always Learning Something New”

How to Call 911

I can see you smiling. Shouldn’t the title be “Why to call 911” or “When to call 911”? Probably, but this title got your attention, didn’t it? If you have read my blog for any length of time, you know my goal is to support and encourage those who care for someone with Parkinson’s Disease.Continue reading “How to Call 911”