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New online Well-Being Map allows tracking of Parkinson’s symptoms

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    International congresses are a great opportunity to share some of the new resources that we’ve helped to develop for people living with severe diseases.

    This week, experts in movement disorders will gather in Dublin, Ireland, for the 16th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders.

    UCB will have an exhibition area at the Congress and are supporting several sponsored presentations in the coming days.

    One of the tools we are highlighting this week is the Parkinson’s Well-Being Map™, which is now available online.

    The Map is a visual tool which helps people with Parkinson’s to communicate their health status with their health care teams. Taking a holistic approach, it allows patients to track both motor and underlying symptoms.

    By using the Parkinson’s Wellbeing Map™ people with Parkinson’s are supported in monitoring their condition, reviewing their motor and underlying symptoms and making the most of the consultation with their healthcare professional.

    This is just one of a several ways in which UCB is supporting the Parkinson’s community. The Parkinson’s Voices website and accompanying YouTube channel help patients to share their experiences of living with PD.

    One popular feature of the Parkinson’s Voices page is ‘Today I Will...’ – an initiative that allows people who live with Parkinson’s disease and their family and friends to share their goals.

    Read more about Parkinson’s Disease or try the Parkinson’s Well-Being Map for yourself.
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