We will be hosting a Q&A session on 16 September with our team of Speech Pathologists, local health service providers, and an international guest, where you can ask any questions about the therapy, our services, or Parkinson’s in general.
Recording of our information session from 5 May 2021 with our team of Speech Pathologists, and local health service providers, sharing about the therapy, our services, and Parkinson’s in general.
Parkinson’s disease (PD) occurs when brain cells that normally produce dopamine stop working or die. The death of these cells leads to abnormally low levels of dopamine, a chemical which helps relay messages between areas of the brain that control body movement. PD is called a movement disorder due to the following typical motor symptoms: