On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly D. Scott, interviews her long-time friend, Anne Sadovsky. This is a short video conversation on how she entered the world of Parkinson's and how her family dealt with it. Approximately about 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s every year. Anne’s Mom was one of them. The early signs of Parkinson’s disease can be easy to miss, mainly if they occur sporadically. In her mother’s case, it started with rocking and hand tremors. When they knew their mother’s condition, the family member who took the role as her primary caregiver was her sister Mia because she was the one who lived near their mother’s place. Anne's heart-tugging story radiates the importance of teamwork, how each family member should work hand in hand, and to always look after each other’s emotional well-being while taking care of the loved one who got diagnosed. Listen to the whole interview for you will not only get some remarkable pieces of advice but I guarantee you that Anne’s story will make your heart melt and leave a smile on your face. This 24-minute talk is worth watching, listening, and sharing with those that are struggling with the same journey.
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