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  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s
    Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s By Sara Ochs Guest Blogger Copyright 2017 "Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song." Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-02-07By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Say That Again
    Book: Say That Again  by Jane M. Cullen Reviewed by: Kate Kelsall                                                                                                                                                                    Photo ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2017-01-20By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Personal Triumphs and Trials with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
    My journey first started 20 years ago in May 1996. At an appointment with a neurologist, my left hand shook. My right arm hung there like a dead animal. I dropped things.  I had a blank facial expression. My voice was soft and raspy. Typing on the computer slowed and became punctuated with errors. A typed word such as “home” appeared ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-12-24By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
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