Scotland Can't Wait
Our new report looks at how well health and social care services are doing for people with Parkinson’s in Scotland. It covers 3 areas which need action: workforce, mental health, and time critical medication.
We've made more than 26 recommendations for service improvements in Scotland. Read the full report to find out more.
Activities and support for you in Scotland
Our staff and volunteers are based in communities across Scotland. Wherever you live, we can help you find local information, activities and support.
Everyone with Parkinson’s is different. So, we offer a wide range of activities, in person and online.
We’re active in every council area in Scotland and we’ve got over 40 local groups across the country. And whether you're worried about money or need help managing your Parkinson's, our Scotland-based Parkinson’s advisers offer free, confidential advice.
Find local groups, support and social activities
There is lots of in-person and online support to help you live well with Parkinson’s. Search to find your nearest local group, emotional and practical support, health and wellbeing services or social activities.
Keeping active is important for your mental and physical wellbeing, especially for people with Parkinson’s.
That's why we've launched Parkinson's Active, a 3 year National Lottery Community Fund Project developing a Parkinson's Scotland exercise network.
Get in touch with us
Have a question? Need to get in touch? For all enquiries and to send donations, please contact us using the details below.
You can email [email protected].
Phone us on 01738 231 270.
Or write to us at:
Parkinson’s UK Scotland, Mailbox 14, King James VI Business Centre, Riverview Business Park, Friarton Road, Perth PH2 8DY