During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve had to involuntarily Stay at Home” following CDC guidelines to halt the spread of the SARS-CoV-2, the virus spreading the COVID-19 disease.
People coined the phrase “a new normal” to describe adjusting our lifestyle’s adapting to social distancing, the closing of our favorite restaurants, pubs, stores, exercise groups, hair salons, social groups, churches and lastly and most significant, family gatherings. For many people, this was a big struggle and adapting and altering routines has been difficult.
The new normal is very appropriate. Even as we eventually emerge from the “stay at home”, the stigma associated with the disease will be around some time. This will probably cause a very slow progression back to large social gatherings and some hesitancy even hugging or shaking hands with a non-family member.
This webinar will bring together bright minds in home healthcare to talk about what this new normal is, what changes we should expect or anticipate in leading a life with Parkinson’s disease. The 40-minute webinar will conclude with an open Q and A session with Resources for Seniors, Aware Senior Care and other professionals that serve Wake County offering help with Parkinson’s care.