Over the past 5 years, we’ve made a real impact. But we won’t rest until we’ve found a cure and improved life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s.
Our new strategy is more ambitious than ever, scaling up our previous successes. It has been a joint effort, with over 600 people affected by Parkinson’s sharing views. We’ve also analysed our services and research, and reached out to health professionals, donors and many more.
Transforming Parkinson’s – together
We'll publish our full 2020 to 2024 strategy later in the year. It will focus on 3 key areas that matter the most to people with Parkinson's:
- Accelerating breakthroughs in research
- Better support, every day
- Getting Parkinson’s understood
Working together over the next 5 years, we want to have the biggest impact on improving the lives of people with Parkinson's. Together we'll find a cure.
Taking on the challenge
Gary Shaughnessy, chair of the Board of Trustees said:
"It's inspiring to see what’s been achieved over the past 5 years. And looking ahead to 2024, we’ve set ourselves even more ambitious goals.
"Change on this scale won’t be easy. But I’ve travelled around meeting the people driving our movement. I know the commitment and tenacity of the Parkinson’s community. I'm ready to work with you, listen to you, step up our efforts, and take on the challenge together."
The full detail of our five-year strategy will be published to this webpage later in the year.