Every year, we connect thousands of people with Parkinson’s with others living with the condition, empowering them to take control.
Our self-management groups support people with Parkinson's to come to terms with Parkinson's and plan positively for their future.
Learning from others living with Parkinson’s
Each year 30,000 people connect with others affected by Parkinson’s through our local support groups.
We make sure thousands of people make vital links with others through a range of services available in their local area, over the phone and online.
The right support, in the right place, at the right time.
Support from volunteers
We couldn’t do any of this without our amazing volunteers, who give their time and expertise to run services and offer mutual support and friendship to people with Parkinson's.
Peer support service
Our free peer support service puts you in touch with a trained volunteer who has a similar experience of Parkinson's to you - someone who understands.
A path through Parkinson's is our self-management programme designed to help you navigate your life with Parkinson's.
Parkinson's UK has around 350 volunteer-led local groups throughout the UK, offering local support to people with Parkinson's, their carers and families.
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We'll help you find the support you need.
From Parkinson's local advisers and our helpline, to self-management groups and Parkinson's nurses, we have the right support for you.
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