Final Project

Throughout this course I found learning about the brain and how it functions to be very interesting. However, I wanted to learn more about what happens in the brain when it doesn’t function properly. For this reason, I chose to research four major and common neurological disorders in depth. I researched everything there was to know about these disorders from what they are to how they are diagnosed to their incidence in the United States. In my project, I am hoping to share all the knowledge I now have about these four neurological disorders with the public in a easy, straightforward way. I hope everyone learns something from my zines!

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Works Cited:

Alzheimer’s Association

            Tests for Alzheimer’s Disease

            What is Alzheimer’s?

            Facts and Figures

            Treatment

            Diagnosis

Cerebral Palsy. Org

            Prevalence and Incidence of Cerebral Palsy

Mayo Clinic

             Parkinson’s Disease

National Institute of Mental Health

             Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

National Institute on Aging

             About Alzheimer’s Disease: Alzheimer’s Basics

OC & Spectrum Disorders Research

              Neurology of OCD

Parkinson’s Disease Foundation

              Statistics on Parkinson’s

WebMD

           CP-Topic Overview 

            CP-Symptoms

            CP-What Happens

            CP-Exams and Tests

            CP-Treatment Overview

            OCD-Topic Overview

            OCD-Symptoms

            OCD-Treatment

            OCD-Exams and Tests

            P-Overview and Facts

            P-Symptoms and Types

            P-Diagnosis and Tests

            P-Treatment and Care

 

 

One response to “Final Project”

  1. Laura Kloepper says:

    Great! I like how you structured your zines to have the same organization, and I like your use of color. I also like how you chose a variety of neurological disorders to cover.

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