If you have Parkinson’s, you may find it more difficult to do some of the everyday tasks you used to, but there are lots of things that can help make life easier. Here, people living with the condition share hints and tips that have helped them.
Occupational therapy can also help people with Parkinson's continue to carry out everyday activities when they become difficult to do. You can usually contact an occupational therapist through your GP, your social services or social work department, or health and social care trust, to see if it is possible to arrange for an occupational therapist to visit you at home. You can find out more here.