1. Contact the DVLA or DVA
Having Parkinson's doesn't necessarily mean you'll have to stop driving, but you may need a medical or driving assessment.
Find out more about driving and Parkinson's
2. Contact your insurance providers
Having Parkinson's can affect any insurance policies you may have. You must tell your car insurance company that you have Parkinson's. And other insurance such as travel insurance can be affected.
3. Find out about financial support
Support is available if you're worried about money and the financial impact of Parkinson's, so it's important to find out what you might be entitled to.
Find out more about money, grants and benefits
4. Get moving!
Exercise is good for you and it's especially good for you if you have Parkinson's.
If you're newly diagnosed and your symptoms are mild, it's best to focus on vigorous exercise.
Find out more about exercise and mild symptoms
5. Find out what questions to ask your healthcare professional
Making a list of the questions you want to ask will help you feel more prepared.
6. Sign up for a Parkinson's Connect profile today
Your Parkinson's experience is personal to you. By signing up for a profile, you can get personalised information and support, when you need it.