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Feel it in the Gut: Daughters of People with Parkinson’s

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Débora Luiz is a full-time student and aspiring neuropsychologist. She also has a dad with Parkinson's.
April 30, 2018

Horse Sense & Parkinson's

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Peter Dunlap-Shohl runs with the horses—manure, Parkinson's, and all.
June 29, 2018

Stronger Together: Parents with Parkinson's

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"I decided to sit down with my dad and ask him questions about his experience as a parent with Parkinson’s. My goal for this interview is to connect with parents with Parkinson’s and give them a resou…
April 30, 2019

A family's journey with Young Onset Parkinson's disease

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Diagnosed at age 48 while still living in California, Wherry was active and involved in his children's parenting. His two eldest, Carl and Jessica, now 40 and 38, grew up with a dad who was always aro…
July 12, 2015

A caregiver's story: Living and loving through the slow process of dying

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For six years, I had the privilege of caring for my ailing wife, Mary Ellen, including almost 20 intense months before she died in September. It was an honor, but one that came with a heavy price. Don…
November 22, 2015

Never Say Never

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I remember hearing someone (probably my old English teacher) say you should make your words soft and tender—you may have to eat them. I’ve been munching on the word 'never' for a while.
November 05, 2018

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