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3 Balance Exercises for People With Parkinson’s, Marlborough, Connecticut
One primary side effect of Parkinson’s disease is imbalance. This can significantly impair mobility, which can in turn negatively impact your quality of life. Thankfully, these side effects can be managed with physical the...read more
How Should You Plan for Parkinson’s Disease?, Marlborough, Connecticut
Although Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative condition, many are surprised to learn that it can take 20 years or longer for several symptoms to develop, especially among those who are diagnosed early on. Given this broad and unpre...read more
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Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson's, Non-Profit Organizations, Support Groups, Charities & Donations, Marlborough, Connecticut
(860) 266-6040
Defined by doctors as a disease that affects the way you move, Parkinson’s disease, which is linked to decreased dopamine production, affects as many as 1 million Americans. Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s (CAP) is a non-profit, 50...
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What Is the Hoehn & Yahr Scale?, Marlborough, Connecticut
Parkinson’s is a complex disease that has different effects on health as it progresses. The Hoehn and Yahr scale is a tool many doctors use to track developing symptoms and offer tre...read more
How Smart Devices Help People With Parkinson's, Marlborough, Connecticut
Daily life with Parkinson's can be challenging. Fortunately, modern technology offers many solutions that improve the day-to-day experience of individuals with the conditio...read more
4 Potential Risk Factors for Parkinson's, Marlborough, Connecticut
As Parkinson’s impacts over 10 million people globally, researchers are constantly trying to learn more about the disease to promote early intervention and develop new treatments. Al...read more
How to Spot Early Signs of Parkinson's, Marlborough, Connecticut
Every year, roughly 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. It’s important to identify early warning signs of this neurodegenerative condition so you can s...read more
February CAP Advocacy Efforts Update with Steve DeWitte, Marlborough, Connecticut
Happy New Year! My advocacy travels have slowed considerably during the year-end and January, but I am pleased to have been able to recently attend the hilarious – and touching – o...read more
Punch for Parkinson's  | A Blog by Michelle Hespeler, Marlborough, Connecticut
As you have probably heard and read about, exercise is the best thing one can do to combat this disease.  Parkinson’s is a neurological disease that cause many, many symptoms w...read more
February Message from CAP Chairman, Karl Hespeler , Marlborough, Connecticut
Unsung Heroes I had the opportunity to speak to the CAP’s Glastonbury Support on Thursday, January 17th.  I spoke about the many initiatives CAP is undertaking.  I also l...read more
How Coffee May Affect Parkinson’s Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
Although Parkinson’s disease is estimated to impact nearly a half-million Americans, there is unfortunately no cure yet. However, new research from Rutgers University sugge...read more
FDA Approves Inbrija to Treat "Off" Episodes of People With Parkinson's Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
People with Parkinson’s disease now have a new treatment option. On December 21, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Inbrija™, a levodopa powder delivered by in...read more
3 Ways to Make Winter Easier When Living With Parkinson’s, Marlborough, Connecticut
Winter weather poses unique challenges for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. You may find that cold temperatures increase stiffness, while slippery walkways might deter yo...read more
 Time for Reflection | A Blog by Michelle Hespeler, Marlborough, Connecticut
As the new year is upon us, it is always a time to reflect, set goals, be disappointed on the goals you didn’t accomplish last year, and it can sometimes can be depressing.  A...read more
January Message from CAP Chairman, Karl Hespeler , Marlborough, Connecticut
Setting Goals I hope everyone has enjoyed the Holidays. It is hard to believe we are now in 2019, the last millennium far behind us.   For many, including myself, it is a...read more
3 Beneficial Supplements for People With Parkinson's Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
While there are a variety of treatments that can delay and manage the symptoms of Parkinson's, there is no known cure. In conjunction with other therapies, supplements are one of the...read more
December CAP Advocacy Efforts Update with Steve DeWitte, Marlborough, Connecticut
December – a chance to unwind and spend time with family!! With a few trips and Advocacy Items!! Here are some of the highlights: On November 26th through 28th, ,  I participa...read more
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