Your views needed to help people with Parkinson's get the right
services in England
21 May 2012
By taking part you will be able to help ensure that government departments work together and improve the life of people affected by Parkinson's.
The Government is looking for people including those affected by
Parkinson's, to tell them what problems
people with long-term conditions are facing.
Your views will help the Government decide how to best care for
people with long-term conditions in England.
Their plan will then set out how services, such as health,
social care, education and housing will work together in the
Tell us your views
We are collecting the views of people affected by Parkinson's so
we can create a response from the charity which we will then pass
on to the Government. We may quote directly from your evidence but
we will make sure you remain anonymous.
To be included in our response we would need to hear from you by
Friday 8 June 2012.
What do we want to know?
We would like you to tell us:
- what problems you face living with Parkinson's
- how you think local services can work together to make life
better for people
- affected by Parkinson's
- how you think your views should be taken into account when
services are delivered to you
We want to hear from anyone affected by Parkinson's, including
people with Parkinson's, carers, friends and family too.
Email us your views by Friday 8 June 2012 to
Make a difference
This is a great opportunity to make a difference to government
By taking part you will be able to help ensure that government
departments work together and improve the life of people affected
We need as many people as possible to tell us their views. The
more people who do, the greater our chances of making a difference
for people affected by Parkinson's.