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Occupational Therapy’s Role in Treating Tics

Written by Thaila Schug, OTS Occupational therapists are healthcare professionals that aid patients across the lifespan, from birth through adulthood, with daily activities they want and need to do. These could include toileting, bathing and dressing. It can also include driving, returning to work and participating in school or play.

Enjoying the Holiday With Parkinson’s

November and December is a time for family, friends and loved ones to gather and celebrate the holiday season. This involves many unique and exciting activities such as traveling, parties, attending events and more. However, when you are living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), some of those activities can…

Care Partner Month 2023

This year, and every year, the Fixel Institute joins the Parkinson’s Foundation in recognizing our care partners for the National Family Caregivers Month. We want to show our thanks and appreciation for those who give their all to ensure…