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The forum rules lay out how members relate to one another in our community. They relate to the discussion forum and the personal messaging service. Please read these along with our website terms and conditions and our forum terms and conditions
Our forum is a place where people affected by Parkinson's can share experiences, exchange views and support one another.
The forum is here for anyone affected by Parkinson's as long as you're over 18. This means people with Parkinson's, families, friends and carers. All are welcome to join.
While people on the forum may want to share information about products and services that have worked for them, the forum is not intended as a marketplace. We do our best to make sure that you are not bothered by spam. But we ask at the same time that you do not use the forum to sell products and services.
If you receive personal messages from anyone trying to sell you something or recruit you for a study or media campaign, please contact the Forum team.
We have a Research team who love to hear about new studies. If you would like to approach the community to get involved in your study, contact them first. You can reach them at [email protected]
The forum is public and everything that is posted here can be found on search engines. People are not necessarily who they say they are on the forum. Keep yourself safe by sticking to the following rules:
Only post content that you have written yourself. If you would like to share the work of another person that may be relevant, be sure to only use a short excerpt of the material and acknowledge the person who wrote it. If you would like to share the entire work, include a link to a place where other members can find it.
We will remove posts that breach copyright immediately. We really don't have a choice on that.
When you write to us - either by clicking on 'Report post' or by emailing [email protected] - we will get back to you as quickly as we can. During weekdays, this will normally be within one day.
Note that if several people report a post using the 'Report post' link, we will only respond to the first person.
Forum members sometimes prefer to complain about (or compliment) the charity using the forum. It is valuable to some users to know that others are aware of their complaints. But this isn't the best way to contact the charity about these issues.
We have a dedicated feedback department that can address your comments, compliments and complaints:
We rely on forum users to help us by letting us know. Email us at [email protected]