Parkinson's in Parliament
We work proactively to ensure that MPs and Peers understand the
issues affecting people with Parkinson's
and their carers and how they can make sure policy reflects their
2012 party conferences
We'll be at the 3 major UK party conferences in September
and October to speak to politicians about what they can do to
help us improve the lives of people affected by Parkinson's.
We will highlight the raw deal people with Parkinson's are
getting in welfare, social care and health because the condition is
not understood properly.
More about Parkinson's UK at the 2012
All Party Parliamentary Group for Parkinson's
We provide the secretariat to the All
Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Parkinson's Disease. This
is a group of cross-party MPs and Peers with an interest in
If you are a parliamentarian and wish to join the APPG please
Image above: John Whittingdale OBE MP, President of our
congratulates Derek Martin on his Parkinson's UK lifetime
Tell your MP about your experience with Parkinson's
If you want to lobby your MP on Parkinson's-related issues, you
can write to them at the House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.
For advice on contacting your MP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or join our Campaigns Network.