Missouri Shared Care Tax Credit If you care for a person age 60 or older in your home, you might be eligible for a tax credit on your Missouri Income Tax Return. This includes spouses taking care of a sick husband or wife, children taking care of a disabled parent, etc. The Missouri Shared Care Tax […]
The American Parkinson Disease Association, a National Participating Partner in Partners in Parkinson’s, invites you and your family to attend a Partners in Parkinson’s event on: Saturday, October 31 in St. Louis Area at The Gateway Center 1 Gateway Drive Collinsville, IL 62234 Partners in Parkinson’s aims to help people with Parkinson’s and care partners […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sew the Seeds of Optimism with the 20th Annual APDA Fashion Show St. Louis, MO – July 14, 2015 – The Greater St. Louis Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) presents their 20th Annual Fashion Show Luncheon to raise funds and awareness for those living with Parkinson disease (PD). […]
The APDA-Greater St. Louis Chapter has new contact info! Effective immediately, you can reach us by phone: (636) 778-3377 or email: email@example.com.
Can music provide positive results for people with Parkinson disease? The video below, which aired recently on PBS, describes the impact that music has on a group of people with a variety of diagnoses, including dementia and Parkinson disease. If you are interested in a joining a music group for people with Parkinson disease, feel […]
Missouri Shared Care Tax Credit If you care for a person in your home, you might be eligible for a tax credit on your Missouri Income Tax Return. This includes spouses taking care of a sick husband or wife; or children taking care of a disabled parent. The Missouri Shared Care Tax Credit provides a […]
A different type of exercise for people with Parkinson disease has been in the news lately! Visit this link to see a story from NPR about boxing and PD.
Two new medications – RYTARY™ and DUOPA™ have been approved by the FDA address Parkinson’s symptoms. To read the full press release, click here.
In an article published in the Movement Disorders journal, Ebersbach et al. (2010) suggested that the LSVT-BIG program may be effective in reducing motor symptoms of Parkinson disease. LSVT-BIG was developed as a motor component to the LSVT-LOUD program, which was created by Lee Silverman. The LSVT programs are designed specifically for people with Parkinson disease and aim to […]
Click here to view Dr. Van Stavern’s PowerPoint from his recent talk about the impact of Parkinson disease on vision.