Parkinson's disease is hard on those who have it and on family members who provide care for them. “A Parkinson's Life” follows one courageous woman's battle with the disease and her husband's struggle to learn to become her caregiver.
Sandra Hallows was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 1996. In the years since then, she brought her "never give up” attitude to her fight with Parkinson's--a fight that led her into a wealth of therapies and treatments.
In those years, Jolyon Hallows, her husband, learned how to give care, how to structure their environment to ease both their lives, and how to deal with the emotional turnoil.
“A Parkinson's Life” is part memoir and part “how-to” guide for those thrust into the chaos of giving care.