This innovative, online self-study course enables Allied Health Professionals to work more effectively with people living with Parkinson's.
This course has been designed by Ana Aragon of Phoenix-Aragon Education.
What will you learn?
You will study around 50 symptoms associated with Parkinson's, separated into the following 8 modules:
- introduction (free)
- pain and fatigue
- impacts of Parkinson's on personal and public life
- cognition, perception and motivation
- sleep and night-time issues
- motor symptoms
- neuropsychiatric symptoms
- autonomic, gastrointestinal and sensory symptoms
How does it work?
The course has been designed to be studied at your own pace online or offline.
The introductory module is free, and you can get the course at a reduced price of £44 by registering with an email address before starting this introductory module.
The course includes links to further online materials, such as information sheets, peer-reviewed articles, online seminar recordings, video clips, podcasts and other resources.
You can complete this course within a few weeks if you have plenty of study time, otherwise short sessions at regular intervals will take a few months.
On completion of the course you can download and print a record of completion showing total time spent engaged with the 8 modules.