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When to Say “No” and Why… as a Parkinson’s Care Partner

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When to Say “No” and Why… as a Parkinson’s Care Partner

Connie Carpenter Phinney, care partner to Davis Phinney, discusses how saying “no” as a protective strategy can actually mean saying “yes”, but by reframing situations so that they don’t place too much burden on the person living with Parkinson’s or his or her care partner.

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