Get inspired. Catch up on the live event
Hosted by Parkinson’s activists Dave Clark and Clare Addison, we came together online to talk about the subjects that are most important to you after a year in a pandemic.
We heard powerful stories about staying connected, as well as expert advice on exercise, research and activism.
Find out how to be involved in research and build your own research network with Parkinson’s research and engagement expert, Claire Bale.
- Hear from specialist physio, Fiona Lindop about the best ways to stay active.
- Get the most from online and telephone appointments with advice from Parkinson’s nurse consultant, Dr Annette Hand.
- Consultant neurologist Professor Bas Bloem tells us why the future of Parkinson’s treatments will see people as people rather than patients.
Reach out and find your community
Reach out and get support
Dave Clark says:
"The constant support I've received from the Parkinson's community has always been an incredible boost for me, and I've always tried my hardest to repay that by being an active member. Coronavirus hasn't stopped that, but it has changed it.
"It's not always been easy but by embracing new ways of connecting with exercise, with health care and with each other, we've broken down geographical and physical barriers."