Improving Quality of Voice in PD: By Dr. De Leon

We have all experienced a change in our voices as Parkinson’s has taken over our lives. It can be extremely frustrating for both the person with Pd as well as the caregiver to constantly be asking to reiterate what he or she said. This is because family thinks we either mumble or slur or wordsContinue reading “Improving Quality of Voice in PD: By Dr. De Leon”

A Tasty Dysphagic Diet : Doña Maria’s Thick & Creamy Potato & Carrot Soup: by Maria De Leon

A Tasty Dysphagic Diet : Dona Maria’s Thick & Creamy Potato & Carrot Soup: by Maria De Leon.

Is ReM Behavior Ruining your Sleep? Here Are Some tips to improve life at night: By Dr. De Leon

At Night, Do You Feel Like You Are in the Ring With a Boxer Instead of Your Partner with PD? By Dr. De Leon.

Is ReM Behavior Ruining Your Sleep? Here are some tips to improve life at night: By Dr. De Leon

This happened to my poor husband and me, as it does to nearly  1/2 of the bed partners of PD patients  around the world since REM Behavior is reported to occur in about 47% of Parkinson’s patients…. I have been having vivid dreams and talking in my sleep for years, I would not be aContinue reading “Is ReM Behavior Ruining Your Sleep? Here are some tips to improve life at night: By Dr. De Leon”

How to Deal with Loss of a Loved One due to PD: By Dr. De Leon

If tears could build a stairway and thoughts a memory lane I’d walk right up to heaven and bring you home again. (poem: if tears could build a stairway to heaven- unknown) When I was in New York City last week I had the pleasure of meeting many great people including this wonderful team ofContinue reading “How to Deal with Loss of a Loved One due to PD: By Dr. De Leon”