The Stages of Parkinson’s Dementia
What are the earliest signs of Parkinson’s disease dementia, and what does the condition look like as it progresses?
8 Facts You Need to Know About Psychosis From Parkinson’s Disease
Learn what causes hallucinations and delusions from this progressive neurological disorder in roughly a third of all people who have it.
What Helped Us Most: Advice From Parkinson's Caregivers
The best tips come from those who have lived through taking care of a partner or parent with psychosis symptoms.
Hallucinations, Illusions, and Delusions: What’s the Difference?
Experts explain the nuances between these symptoms of psychosis and what it means for someone with Parkinson’s.
Understanding On/Off Periods With Parkinson’s Medications
Here’s why your Parkinson’s medications may not work consistently—and how to manage frustrating off periods when your motor symptoms ramp up.
“Honey, Did You See That Squirrel in the Living Room?”
Visual hallucinations can be a common occurrence in people with Parkinson’s disease. Here’s why and what to do about them.
The Emotional Impact of Parkinson’s Psychosis
People often have tremors, stammering speech, compromised mobility, and even depression with this neurological disorder. But many experience hallucinations and delusions, too.