Synchrony Health Services

Hallucinations and Delusions Associated with Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis

Deborah Wasano, RN

Our webinar is designed for Administrators, Director of Nursing, and nursing staff that provide care to elderly and developmentally disabled persons. Our desire is to provide networking among leaders in the Post-Acute Care, Long Term Care, and Assisted Living industry while providing education on hot button issues. We hope that participants leave with the knowledge and tools to prepare them for the future.

This presentation provides education on tools to improve the quality of care. This program will review screening and care planning for Parkinson’s patients with hallucinations and delusions.

Learning Objectives Include

  • Recognize the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
  • Discuss hallucinations and delusions as non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
  • Examine the role of the treatment team in identifying and treating hallucinations and delusions associated with Parkinson’s disease psychosis in long-term care residents throughout their care transitions.

* Registration and attendance is free.

* There is no continuing education associated with this presentation.


Deborah WasanoDeborah Wasano RN, BSN, PHN, RNC
LTC North Central National Account Manager Acadia

Education Background: University of San Diego and UNC
Nursing Societies: Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society (1983)
Clinical Experience: ER, NICU, Life Flight, LTC, Osteoporosis Certified, Parkinson’s Disease Support Group

Deborah currently works for Acadia Pharmaceuticals as a National Account Manager in Long Term Care. She currently specializes in Parkinson’s Disease & Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis in the Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Settings. Deb teaches Nationally for Acadia on Parkinson’s Disease that includes an emphasis on the motor and non-motor symptoms of the disease. She developed a PDP Nursing Care plan that was Nationally recognized and endorsed by NADONA in 2020.

Thursday, October 28th | 1 - 2 pm ET