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Everyday Evidence: Parkinson's Disease ft. Julia Wood

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AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel

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We discuss occupational therapy’s fit in working on comprehensive care teams for people with Parkinson’s disease. This episode covers topics including the AOTA Parkinson’s disease practice guidelines, evidence-based interventions you should consider using in treatment, how to use clinical reasoning and creative problem solving to navigate clinical research gaps, and the LSVT Big program.

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Additional resources listed below:

The Brian Grant Foundation: https://briangrant.org/

The Beck Institute (CBT training): https://beckinstitute.org/

LSVT Program: lsvtglobal.com

The allied team training through the Parkinson’s foundation: https://www.parkinson.org/expert-care/Professional-Education/Team-Training

Davis Finney foundation: https://davisphinneyfoundation.org/

Stanford university Community page: http://med.stanford.edu/parkinsons.html

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