Free Worksheet and Educational Presentation Downloads
Prepare yourself to make the most of your next appointment with your healthcare provider. Many of these worksheets are also available in the FREE Every Victory Counts® manual.
You can download individual worksheets and presentations or download them all at once.Download all worksheets from Every Victory Counts®
Pre-Exercise Worksheet — Pre-exercise screening is a process that enables a health care provider to review an individual’s medical and exercise history and assess risk factors that may impact health and safety when engaging in an exercise program.
Exercise Journal — Use this form to record your daily exercise activity. Make additional copies to help you keep track of your progress over time.
YOUR Plan for YOUR Parkinson's Presentation — Be inspired to create your own personalized journey with exercise and Parkinson’s.
Fatigue Worksheet — Lifestyle changes, dietary changes, and treatment for fatigue.
Insomnia and Sleep Worksheet — Sleep hygiene, dietary changes, lifestyle changes, bed comfort and treatment for insomnia and sleep habits.
Relationships and Intimacy Worksheet — Make time to talk openly and honestly about the relationship, because communication is crucial.
Resiliency as a Living Well Tool — Do a strength inventory and understand the ways in which you are resilient.
Resiliency as a Living Well Tool Presentation — Review this presentation to learn how you can pull back to strength to live well today.
Walking the PD Labyrinth Presentation — Learn about the PD Labyrinth in this presentation to live well in several aspects of your life today.
Nutrition Worksheet — Daily recommendations and specific suggestions on how to maintain a healthy diet. Also included is information on antioxidants and their health benefits.
Nutrition and Parkinson's Presentation — This presentation on the importance of nutrition for people with Parkinson’s will give you some food for thought.
Wellness Worksheet — Record areas you would like to improve and steps you will take for improvement. Next, pick the top three items you listed that you would like to achieve and help prioritize your wellness work.
Anxiety Worksheet — Identify your stressors and anxiety, treat your anxiety and reduce stimulants. Learn and implement relaxation or stress management techniques.
Depression Worksheet — Use this to identify your mood triggers, treat your depression, add positive energy to your life, change your habits and stay connected.
Navigating Depression and Mood Presentation — Use this presentation to learn what clinical depression is, how it can affect people with Parkinson’s and different treatment options for you.
The Importance of Social Capital Presentation — Learn about the relationships in your life that are important and bring value, helping shape attitudes and opinions.
Medications and Treatments
Daily Diary of Symptoms and Medications — Use this diary to keep track of your daily medications, dyskinesia and when you feel “off.”
Medication Log — List all of your medications and keep track of when you are taking them daily. Then rate your symptoms.
Common Parkinson's and Medication Symptoms Worksheet — Use this body map to circle symptoms or problem areas that you would like to discuss with your doctor or other member of your healthcare team. Bring the worksheet to your next clinical appointment.
Medication Management Presentation — Learn about the different medication options in Parkinson’s and their affect on your body.
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Self-Assessment Worksheet — One of the most important discussions you can have with your doctor and your family before considering or undergoing DBS surgery is about defining realistic expectations.
Alternative Options: Complementary Therapies Presentation — Information on Complementary and Alternative Medicine that could help you decide if it is something you want to talk to your physician about.
Dental Worksheet — Dietary changes, lifestyle changes and treatments focusing on improving your dental care.
For Dentists — Bring this information to your dentist to inform them of Parkinson’s-specific issues, communication tips, medication interactions, DBS information and treatment tips.
Before Your Clinic Visit
Prepare for Your Hospital Stay Worksheet — Information regarding medications, symptoms and advanced directives in preparation for your hospital stay. Also included is a list of what to inform, ask and know during your hospitalization.
Doctor Contact Information — List your primary care doctor, neurologist and other providers/specialists.
Goal Summary for Clinic Visits — The best way to improve your health is by being an active participant rather than a spectator. Record your actions and progress.
Parkinson's Care Questionnaire — Prepare for your visit to your Parkinson’s healthcare provider by filling out this questionnaire in advance.
Symptom Checklist — This checklist will help other medical specialists, therapists or your hospital team optimize your care.
Brain Health & Memory Worksheet — Visit your community or senior center to see what programs are available to you and your family. Ask your healthcare provider for a referral to an occupational, recreation, art, music or physical therapist to help you get started with recommendations.
Constipation Worksheet — Dietary changes, lifestyle changes, medicine recommendations and other treatments for constipation.
Low Blood Pressure or Dizziness Worksheet — Diet, lifestyle and treatment for low blood pressure and dizziness.
Overactive Bladder Worksheet — Dietary changes, lifestyle changes and treatments for an overactive bladder.
Speech and Communication Worksheet — Speaking tips, breathing tips, communication tips and treatment for speech and communication.
Swallowing Worksheet — Swallowing tips, lifestyle changes and dietary tips for swallowing.
The PD You Don't See Presentation — Learn what the most common non motor symptoms are, what’s important about them and what you can do about it.
Cognitive Changes in Parkinson's and What to Do About Them Presentation — This presentation gives insight to the cognitive challenges that come with Parkinson’s and what you can do to help them.
Not Just the Shakes: Cognitive & Non-Motor Symptoms Presentation — Sleep, mood, thinking and other important things can be affected by Parkinson’s. Learn about these symptoms in this informational presentation.
Gait, Balance, and Freezing Worksheet — Physical exercise and training, lifestyle and good habits, dietary changes, treatment and tips for gait, balance and freezing.
Uncovering Pain in Parkinson's Presentation — Discover the factors that influence pain in Parkinson’s and the different classifications of pain with this presentation.
Maximizing Your Mobility Presentation — Learn how you can stay active and on your feet with Parkinson’s through this presentation.
Abridged Parkinson's Glossary — A guide for the terms you may hear and wonder “What is that?”
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