Do you care for someone with Parkinson's? You might be a family member, a partner, or a friend, providing care and support to someone with Parkinson's.
Whether you provide care and support for someone who has recently been diagnosed, or who has been living with Parkinson’s for a while, we have practical tips and information that’s right for you.
Find the support you need
If you care for someone with Parkinson's, we have a guide for you. It looks at issues that may affect you.
It offers practical help and advice, whether you provide care and support for someone who has recently been diagnosed, or someone who has been living with Parkinson's for a while.
Find local groups, support and social activities
There is lots of in-person and online support to help you live well with Parkinson’s. Search to find your nearest local group, emotional and practical support, health and wellbeing services or social activities.
How to safely provide assistance
If your loved one has Parkinson’s and needs your help doing certain actions, then knowing how to safely lift, move and handle them is important. Specialist physiotherapist Bhanu Ramaswamy tells us more.
My husband has Parkinson's
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