For the last year or so I’ve been working in a project funded by the Swedish government’s national strategy to treat and prevent chronic diseases. We call the project “Dagens patient” (“Patient daily” in English) and you can read about it here. “Dagens patient” is based on my work around self-monitoring my Parkinson’s and we currently work with people with Parkinson’s and MS, exploring different aspects of self-monitoring together. One member of our Parkinson’s group has done some really interesting things and she talks about it in the video below. It is in Swedish but has English subtitles. Let me know what you think about it!
Very proud to be one of the people interviewed in this BBC Radio 4 program:
Would love to hear your thoughts!
My week at the neurorehabilitation centre CNS in Portugal was fantastic and I can’t thank the physiotherapist Josefa and her colleagues enough for sharing their skills and encouragement. I also want to thank Jon for literally pushing me to accomplish more than I thought I could (see video below or link to video here at 1:25) and generally being a good sport.