Read all the latest news from Parkinson's UK on policy issues
relevant to people affected by Parkinson's, as well as news about our campaigns.
The House of Lords will today debate a new Care Bill which could mean more help for people with Parkinson's who need social care in England.
A doctor who carried out work capability assessments for disability benefits has told BBC News that he believes they're unfair and that people worst affected include those with Parkinson's.
The NHS is looking for patients and carers to offer their views about specialised health services, including services for Parkinson's. Help shape the new NHS neurology services being rolled out across England.
Parkinson's Awareness Week is here. And we're asking people to put themselves in the shoes of people with Parkinson's to find out what life is like with the condition.
People with Parkinson's in the North of England can now claim the new Personal Independence Payment or 'PIP'. PIP will eventually replace working age Disability Living Allowance.
The Judicial Appointments Commission is calling for people who have a long term condition, like Parkinson's, and also carers, to help them make their verdicts on benefit appeals.
People with Parkinson's are losing out, after the Government failed to make medical research a big enough priority in the 2013 budget.
On 1 April 2013 around 420,000 disabled people and their families, including people with Parkinson's, are at risk of losing support towards their housing costs thanks to the introduction of the 'bedroom tax'.
People with Parkinson's are paying too high a price for prescription charges in England, according to a new report by the Prescription Charges Coalition.
The deadline to apply for NHS continuing care in England is fast approaching, which may affect some people with Parkinson's.