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"Par for Parkinson's" Golf Outing • Mon, July 25, 2016
"Game Day" • Wed, October 5, 2016
All funds raised go toward Parkinson's Disease Research.
Occupational Therapists can help people with Parkinson's who are struggling with fine motor tasks like handwriting, buttoning clothes and holding eating utensils. They can also make home safety visits. Discuss with your neurologist if Occupational Therapy would be beneficial in helping you to gain more independence in your activities of daily living.
Alison Monette, RN, BSN, MS
Deep Brain Stimulator Program Coordinator
Neurosciences Institute, Central DuPage Hospital
PDRS Medical Director: Michael Rezak, M.D. Ph.D.
Dr. Michael Rezak, a neurologist and Movement Disorders specialist, also serves as the Medical Director of the PDRS and the APDA Midwest Information and Referral Center and National Young Onset Center. He practices exclusively at the Neurosciences Institute of Central DuPage Hospital where he heads the Movement Disorders Center and the Movement Disorders Functional Neurosurgery Program.