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Relationships and family life

Parkinson's can affect your relationships with partners, family, friends and colleagues. There are things you can do to adapt to these changes and fit them into your life.

Living alone with Parkinson's

Many people with Parkinson’s live alone and manage very well. But it’s natural to feel lonely sometimes or worry how to get help when you need it.

We chatted to Annette on our online magazine to get tips and advice for how she lives alone with Parkinson's.

Read Annette's story about living alone with Parkinson's


Talking to children and teenagers

Children and teenagers may have a lot of questions about Parkinson's. Get advice on how to talk to them about your Parkinson's and answers to their questions.

Talking to other people about Parkinson's

From breaking the news of your diagnosis to your family, to explaining your symptoms to a stranger, you can plan for conversations that may make you feel nervous or vulnerable.

Pregnancy and Parkinson's

The latest research, support and advice on pregnancy and Parkinson's.