...are real for those with Parkinson's (cont'd)
...Are real for those with Parkinson's
Currently, only four states have implicated a program to educate the first responders on how to recognize when they are working with someone with Parkinson's
During emergency situations, those with Parkinson's are often deemed to be intoxicated or psychotic.
PBH-ORG.COM has currently joined up with PCareZone to carry the Parkinson's First Responder Program
out into the world.
The correlation of the health to those with Parkinson’s Disease and the level of care they receive is almost inconceivable. This fact, yes fact, has only recently been recognized by some Parkinson’s foundations and even fewer Parkinson’s specialists. The medical world, as a whole, knows so little about Parkinson’s or the quirks of the disease that often send those with Parkinson’s spiraling down a rabbit hole. Sadly, the journey back out of such holes is long. For many, the attempt is filled with failure.
Parkinson’s CARE Awareness is a cause needed within the Parkinson’s community around the world. Those who CARE for those with Parkinson’s need more than the typical Parkinson’s information. They need education and support in order for them to help manage the disease and its impact, the collateral damage. These carers are often the ones who have the information and knowledge needed by the medical and pharmaceutical world.
PBH-ORG.COM’s mission, to “provide those with Parkinson’s a higher level of care”, is designed to help their care person, family, friends and community through emotional support, education and programs. Our research has shown, educated, and supported carers profoundly impact the quality of life for their husband or loved one with Parkinson's. The simple act of removing even a small part of the stress in the caregivers life can create a more positive and healthier surrounding for the one they care for.
PBH-ORG.COM needs your support to accomplish our mission. Please donate so we can help change the course of the impact of this disease.
Within PBH-ORG.COM there are currently over participants and there are approximately 32 countries represented.
We are an internet-based organization focused on helping make the world around our care partners and caregivers better, happier, and safer. This will also the quality of life for the one they care for, the one with Parkinson's.
With the help of our tireless staff, we can offer both educational and emotional support. We realize Knowledge is Power! Our team relentlessly looks for learning opportunities to ensure we offer the highest level of support available to our members. What we offer ensures those in their care are receiving a higher level of care in order to better thrive.
PBH-ORG.COM is an organization with a mission to provide those with Parkinson's a higher level of CARE. PBH-ORG.COM strives to educate "The Circle of Care" and the world about the other side of Parkinson's.
Parkinson's Better Halves: a specialized online organization designed to educate and support wives, and only the wives, whose husbands have been diagnosed with Parkinson's.
Our future sees us implementing groups designed to specifically support young adults plus one for teens who have a parent with Parkinson's. Also, on our list, will be specific groups for LGBT and Parents of Adult Children with Parkinson's carers. Next, we will have specific groups for their family and friends to have an opportunity to learn. Yes, we are looking to improve the level of CARE for those with Parkinson's by educating the world.
We are not a "Parkinson's" support group. Together we support those with Parkinson's by providing them with a higher level of care.
We address those within "The Circle of Care," the stakeholders who become part of the disease's collateral damage. The area of collateral damage is far-reaching, in fact, almost endless.
As with all things Parkinson’s, the more specialized the training and information - the higher the level of care that will be given to those with Parkinson's.
NOTE: If you would like more information on creating a specialized support group for educational purposes, please feel free to contact us. 300.10
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