We provide the reader with a literature overview on the use and the implementation of the cognitive-behavioral interventions, and the assistive technology-based programs for improving adaptive responding of persons with Parkinson Disease. Three basic categories of studies were retained, namely (a) Gait and posture; (b) Leisure and occupation, and (c) Mental health. Twenty studies were reviewed and 3984 participants were involved. Assistive technology was primarily used for gait and posture, and leisure/occupation. Cognitive-behavioral interventions basically focused on mental problems. Results were largely positive, although few failures occurred. Clinical, psychological, and rehabilitative implications of the findings were critically discussed. Some useful guidelines for future research and practice were emphasized.