You may be able to claim:
Statutory Sick Pay if you are still employed but are unable to work because of ill health. It is paid by your employer for the first 28 weeks of any period of sickness lasting 4 or more days. Your employer may pay extra sick pay on top of Statutory Sick Pay
Jobseeker's Allowance if you are out of work or work fewer than 16 hours a week, and are looking for work. It is available if you have paid enough in National Insurance contributions
Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) if your ability to work is limited by your health or disability
Universal Credit which is a new means-tested benefit that will eventually replace 6 existing benefits with a single payment for those who are out of work or on a low income.
Ditch disability benefits cuts
People with Parkinson's rely on financial support to stay independent and in control. We're campaigning to stop harmful disability benefits cuts.