People with Parkinson's need a breakthrough and we won't wait any longer. That’s why this Parkinson's Awareness Week we’re asking the public to support our research. Only with your support can we develop better treatments, faster.
The last significant drug discovery for Parkinson's was over 50 years ago. We know Parkinson's drugs aren’t good enough. They don't stop, slow down or reverse the condition or its effects. They can only mask some symptoms for a time – and they can have distressing side effects.
You can help this Awareness Week. Order a supporter pack with everything you need to create an awareness stand or hold a fundraising activity and support our campaign. It has information on our research, the campaign and resources such as posters, stickers and more.
If you want to get in touch please contact our Supporter Services team by emailing [email protected] or calling 0800 138 6593 (9am - 5pm Monday to Friday).
World Parkinson's Day
This year World Parkinson's Day falls during Parkinson's Awareness Week on Tuesday 11 April 2017. The day marks 200 years since Parkinson's was first recognised as a medical condition.
To mark this day, we're teaming up with the European Parkinson's Disease Association to #UniteForParkinsons. We're are asking everyone around the world to unite and raise awareness on a bigger scale than ever before.
Join us and #UniteForParkinsons. Find out how you can get involved both online and offline at www.worldparkinsonsday.com.