5. How OTs Can Address Complex Nonmotor Symptoms in People With PD: Part 1
Nonmotor symptoms of PD may disrupt quality of life more than motor symptoms. Cognitive deficits, depression, apathy, anxiety, visuospatial and somatosensory deficits, and sleep disorders are common nonmotor symptoms in Parkinson's disease. Being able to recognize impairments in these areas can help OTs shape individualized care for maximal treatment impact.