Frontline Feedback: A Filmmaker and Patient's Perspective

In honor of Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month and the establishment of the new APDA National [...]Resource Center for Rehabilitation at Boston University, PBS correspondent David Iverson discusses and promotes the importance of exercise in potentially improving the quality of life for those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He co-produced, reported, wrote, and directed the 2009 PBS Frontline documentary My Father, My Brother, and Me, which profiles his family’s struggle with the disease.

Hosted by the Center for Neurorehabilitation at Sargent College on April 14, 2010.

Tags: Sargent College, APDA, sar, bumc, rehabilitation, exercise, david iverson, parkinson’s disease, neurology, disease awareness, neurorehabilitation

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