Older woman playing video game

Video Gaming as a non-pharmacological intervention for Parkinson’s, MS, and COVID


Video games are starting to become part of healthcare delivery. Learn how “prescription video games” are improving the lives of people with Parkinson’s MS, and COVID.

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Light Therapy for Parkinson’s disease: A non-pharmacological intervention with potential


Research has shown that nearly 65% of people with Parkinson’s suffer sleep disorders. But bright light therapy is illuminating a new way of addressing symptoms of sleep disruption and more. Learn the latest.

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Older man listening to music with headphones.

Music Therapy: A powerful intervention for Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis


Music is known to have healing properties, but research reveals just how strongly music can be leveraged to improve the lives of people with conditions like Parkinson’s, MS, dementia, and stroke. Learn the latest.

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Christina Hahn, RN, MSN

At home with ALS: A Care Manager Supervisor explains how quality of life is possible


Taking care of a person with ALS (aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) is filled with challenges – but improving that person’s quality of life is possible. This interview with a SeniorBridge expert shares how.

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Stroke patients can improve their condition beyond 6 months. Here’s how.


“The proportional recovery rule” says stroke survivors usually can improve their condition by 70% in 6 months. But new data indicates the “critical window” stays open much longer.

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Younger woman helping older woman up the stairs

Stroke Prevention: How Home Care Can Reduce Key Risk Factors


Stroke – the #2 cause of death worldwide - is often considered a risk endemic to growing old. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be prevented. Learn the stroke risks that can be reduced and how to reduce them.

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