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Thinking about Cognitive Changes in Parkinson’s (Ask the MD Video)

“A Parkinsonian condition I rarely contemplated before now, much less spoke of, is cognitive change: loss of memory, confusion… What am I thinking, and how am I thinking?” 

— Michael J. Fox
    No Time Like the Future

Cognitive symptoms aren’t easy to think or talk about. Not everyone with Parkinson’s experiences these changes, and how and when they arise can be different for each person. But what many patients and families have in common is worry about the possibility of these symptoms.  

To learn more about thinking and memory changes and steps you can take to boost brain health and manage symptoms, watch the latest Ask the MD video. And for more on this topic, download MJFF’s free guide to Thinking, Memory and Parkinson's Disease.

Ask the MD has been made possible through the leadership of members of our Parkinson's Disease Education Consortium in conjunction with The Albert B. Glickman Parkinson's Disease Education Program and Charles B. Moss Jr. and family. These partners' support allows us to furnish high-quality educational content to the Parkinson's community while maintaining our commitment to allocate donor dollars to high-impact research. Editorial control of all Michael J. Fox Foundation-published content rests solely with the Foundation.

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