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Benefits reform, the way care is funded, prescription charges and stem cell research are just a few of the ways in which public policy has a major impact on people with Parkinson's.
We take all appropriate opportunities to influence policy for the benefit of people living with the condition.
Our Policy Panel - made up of people with experience of Parkinson's - helps guide our position on many different issues.
Our policy statements are developed on the basis of discussions with people with Parkinson's and their carers, as well as health and social care professionals and other experts.
We regularly hold focus groups on key topics, where people can share their experiences and ideas.
A key forum is our Policy Panel, which meets quarterly to help guide our position on many different issues.
We also work with people with Parkinson's to bring their direct experiences to the attention of policy makers, in order to illustrate our messages as powerfully as possible.
Improving policies towards the care, treatment and welfare of people with Parkinson's means working in a number of ways:
Read our policy statements to see what we believe about major public policy issues.
We need to be clear about what our opinion is on these issues, as unless we have a clear policy, we can't begin to campaign for change.
Certain policy areas are a real focus of our attention at the moment. These include:
Are you interested in contributing your views and experiences on policy issues?
Email [email protected] and let us know the areas you're particularly concerned about.