Getting the right equipment for you
Parkinson’s affects everyone differently and what suits one person may not suit another. Equipment can also be expensive and is not always the answer to a person’s needs.
Always get advice from an occupational therapist if you think a piece of equipment may be helpful. A physiotherapist, speech and language therapist or Parkinson's nurse may also be able to recommend something based on your needs.
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