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Kid-Designed Parkinson’s T-Shirt Contest A Work of Art For All

Everyone is ready to wear their heart on their sleeve for Parkinson’s after the Kids Only PD Awareness T-Shirt Design Contest! The contest illustrated how everyone, no matter their age, can help to make a difference in the fight against Parkinson’s. Just last week, the public voted for, “Together we can fight Parkinson’s,” a design created by 7-year-old Mabel Johnson, from among six finalists (see all the designs in the slideshow below), to be featured on the official 2015 PD Awareness T-Shirt. Mabel’s design was among nearly 40 endearing designs submitted by children ages five to 15. The designs, most… read more Read More

Creativity and the Parkinson’s Mind

The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation has long recognized the creative abilities that many people with Parkinson’s disease acquire when living with the disease. We even capture many of these expressions on our website with some of the best examples appearing in our acclaimed annual calendar (which you can now pre-order for 2015 here).

A Positive Spin: Creativity and PD

We all appreciate the headlines that help us understand PD symptoms and side effects. But we also find it refreshing to see last week’s selection of stories covering ways to take charge of PD with creativity. Victoria Tane featured in the 2013 Creativity & Parkinson’s Calendar The Science Behind the Spin Last Thursday, we saw a review published on, “The Awakening of Artistic Creativity and Parkinson’s” by Rivka Inzelberg, M.D., in Behavior Neuroscience.  Dr. Inzelberg looked at more than 10 studies investigating, “the ability to produce innovative aesthetic works” in people living with Parkinson’s.  She found that: People with PD who… read more Read More