The longer a person has Parkinson’s disease, the greater the risk of falling. I wear a knee supporter that I use for volleyball as a measure to prevent injury. With this supporter, if I fall while out and about, I can return home with no damage.
12 December 2019 Since about 10 years of Parkinson’s history, the number of falls I have clearly increased. I remember a nurse who said, “Be careful if you fall and break a bone, you are more likely to be bedridden.” Even if you are usually careful about falling, you will fall when you fall, so […]
Created December 15, 2019 Update February 7, 2023 Are you frustrated by the difficulty of folding clothes for someone with Parkinson’s disease, or frustrated by the slow speed at which your family member works when they see someone with Parkinson’s disease folding clothes? With the Clothes Folding Board, you can blow away those frustrating emotions […]