Psychological services for people with Parkinson's

This briefing paper outlines the psychological consequences of Parkinson's and psychology and mental health services available to help people with the condition, for health and social care professionals.

Topic
Care strategies
Mental health
Side effects
Symptoms
Stage
Complex
Diagnosis
End of life
Maintenance
Resource type
Publications
Profession
All professions
Care manager
Care worker
Dietitian
Doctor (Geriatrician)
Doctor (GP)
Doctor (Neurologist)
Doctor (Other)
GP
Healthcare Assistant
Nurse (other)
Nurse (Parkinson's nurse)
Occupational therapist
Pharmacist
Physiotherapist
Psychiatrist
Psychologist
Social care assessor
Social worker
Speech and language therapist
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It has information on the role of clinical psychologists and clinical neuropsychologists, and recommendations on how clinical psychology and neuropsychology input may be structured within specialist Parkinson's services.

The paper was produced by the British Psychological Society.

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