Tag: artistic expression in pd/parkinsons disease

New Light On Parkinson’s! By Dr. De Leon

“We are ALL a little Broken…. last time I checked Broken crayons still color the same.” Trent Shelton I believe that we are all unique like the colors of my favorite coloring box of 152 Crayola Crayons; and even though Parkinson’s may strike each and everyone one of us differently we all share the same outer exterior

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5 Best Coloring Books for Parkinson’s Patients: By Dr. De Leon

“Art is like chocolate for the brain” ~ G. Cohen There is a new trend of adult coloring books popping up all over the place that are designed to stimulate the mind. These consist of intricate designs from abstract images such as the ones in the ART NOUVEAU DESIGNS coloring book to images of iconic

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Health & Beauty Tips #12: Creativity & Parkinson’s Disease by Dr. De Leon

“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way!” -Edward de Bono The biggest challenged we all face in living with this illness is the disconnection that occurs gradually between our of minds and our bodies! How do you survive? Much less thrive in a world designed

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