Online study on sensory processing and Parkinson's disease
The link below connects you to a pilot study on sensory processing and Parkinson's disease being run by Brain Health Alliance. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the ability of Parkinson's disease patients to combine multiple senses, including vision and hearing, in order to investigate how sensory processing may contribute to the motor function difficulties experienced in Parkinson’s disease.
In the study, the subject uses the keyboard to respond to visual and auditory cues given on the screen and through headphones. The study takes no more than 15 minutes to complete. A more detailed description, as well as contact information for any questions or concerns, is given at the link. Use the password "brainhealth1" when prompted to enter the website.