Assessment Of The Association Between Fear Of Falling And Dual-Task Performance In People With Parkinson’s Disease: A Cross-Sectional, Observational Study

Eimear M. O'Connell
People with Parkinson’s Disease (PwP) report greater levels of fear of falling (FOF) and demonstrate poorer ability to complete two tasks at once (i.e. dual-tasking) than healthy age-matched controls. Aims and Objectives: Aim: to assess the association between FOF and dual-task performance in communitydwelling PwP. Objectives: a) to assess the level of FOF in PwP in Ireland, b) to investigate the association between FOF and both motor and cognitive dual-task performance. Methods: Thirty-one PwP (54.8%...
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