Parkinson’s disease has many faces as it manifests itself in the lives of it’s victims. For most it causes difficulty in the simple task of fluid movement. For many, the disease or the medications used to lessen symptoms cause extreme shaking and involuntary movements. For some it causes difficulty in speaking, and for a small number of people, a rare form of the disease can eventually cause a type of dementia, similar to those living with Alzheimer’s disease.
No matter how the disease behaves, it no doubt changes everything. It becomes a major focus of everyday life for patients, and . . . → Read More: 69 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – Cul de Sac & Calvin and Hobbes Cartoon Strips Mingle For Parkinson’s Fundraiser