Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative, chronic and disabling disease that affects 160,000 people in Spain, more than 7 million worldwide. in the world.

Tremor is one of the motor and best known symptoms. However, there are many other symptoms often more disabling and unknown. These symptoms are the invisible signs of Parkinson’s.

This invisible signs of Parkinson’s include lower voice tone, facial rigidity and alterations of writting.

These symptoms produce communication problems that place the person in a vulnerable situation.

Reliable knowledge about Parkinson’s disease helps people with the condition to their inclusion in the social, work and family contexts.

Omission of letters is a reflection of the communication problems caused by Parkinson’s disease.
All together, the fear of not being able to express oneself well can be defeated.

There’s a lot to say, and a lot to listen to.

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