Activities and support for you in Scotland

Do you have Parkinson’s? Or know someone who has? Our team in Scotland is here with you. Our staff and 300 volunteers are on hand with the support, advice and information to help you live well with Parkinson’s.

Find services, activities and support in Scotland

There are all sorts of activities and services available to help you take control of life with Parkinson’s. With over 40 local support groups, exercise groups, singing groups, creative activities and our First Steps course for people newly diagnosed, there’s something for you. And our volunteer-led Scotland Development Team is always working on developing more.

Watch our recorded information and support talks

Our YouTube playlist of information and support talks covers a range of topics including benefits information and Parkinson's freezing. 

If you're interested in attending one of our virtual information and support talks, email [email protected]. Some of the topics will be specific to Scotland. 

Get in touch with a local adviser

Our team of Parkinson's advisers are based all over Scotland. They provide free and confidential information and support to people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. They help people understand the impact of Parkinson’s, their rights and how to access local support and services.

To contact a Parkinson’s adviser, please contact our free helpline:
Call: 0808 800 0303
Email: [email protected]