The motor symptoms of Parkinson's can be tough to swallow - literally. Over time, PD can cause the muscles in your throat, mouth, and face to be less efficient, affecting the control you might have over chewing and swallowing. The risks associated with this can be serious and even life-threatening. Heather Hodges, MA, CCC-SLP, will return to talk about how Parkinson’s impacts swallow strength, function, and safety and the challenges of swallowing difficulties and disorders. She’ll also provide
We provide resources for people affected by Parkinson's and Movement Disorders to help them connect with more people and live better lives. Learn from our more than 80 movement disorder physician advisors, gain skills and receive practical tools to take home with you. Our interactive conferences and workshops will re-ignite vitality and confidence as you navigate this journey.
What's the difference between Delusion and Hallucination? Hallucinations are false or distorted sensory experiences that appear to be veridical perceptions. These sensory impressions are generated by the mind rather than by any external stimuli, and may be seen, heard, felt, and even smelled or tasted. A delusion...