My Grandpas’ Shaky Hands
Millions of people worldwide have Parkinson’s disease. But it doesn’t just affect those with the diagnosis, it impacts whole family units, including our children. When a child learns that a loved one has Parkinson’s disease, it can be a frightening time for them because they don’t understand what a diagnosis such as this actually means. This book hopes to address the questions that may naturally arise. What is Parkinson’s disease? How does it feel to have Parkinson’s? How is it treated? How do I deal with all the feelings I have as I see the one I love change? What can I do to help? Reading the information contained and encouraging open dialogue, will help children cope with a loved one’s journey with Parkinson’s.