Volunteers and supporters
Without the help of our volunteers and supporters across the
country, we wouldn't be able to continue our work.
Volunteering gives me a sense of purpose and keeps me active.
Pat tells us what it's like being chair of her local group of
Bob tells us how his interest in art and laughter therapy has
helped people affected by Parkinson's.
Rita talks about how worthwhile she's found volunteering
for her local group of Parkinson's UK after a close friend was
diagnosed with Parkinson's.
Mark Ashley, 51, tells us why running the London Marathon for
Parkinson's UK is the best thing he's ever done.
In this section
Stories from other people affected by Parkinson's
People affected by Parkinson's have shared their real life stories to help give an insight into
what life is like for them.