Information and support

Having Parkinson's can feel overwhelming if you don't have the right information and support. We're here to help everyone feel in control of life with Parkinson's.

We're here for you

We’re here for you throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Using our support tool, choose the topics that are important to you. We’ll show you the information that matters to you.

Understanding coronavirus and Parkinson’s

Our priority remains supporting people living with Parkinson’s. That’s why we’ve gathered the facts and guidance to help answer some of your most common questions about coronavirus and Parkinson’s.

Your Magazine

Read real-life stories and interviews, tips from our readers, experts and professionals, and features on what’s been happening in the Parkinson’s community. 

Accessible formats and other languages

We produce a range of resources in other languages, as well as accessible formats, such as large print, audio CDs and easy-read.

Younger people have Parkinson's too

Having Parkinson's isn't easy, but we can provide information and support to help you manage your condition.

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What is Parkinson's?

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Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition. This means that it causes problems in the brain and gets worse over time.

There's currently no cure for Parkinson's, but there are lots of different treatments, therapies and support available to help you manage the condition.

Helpline and local advisers

Our helpline and Parkinson's local advisers are here to answer any questions you have about Parkinson's.

Call us on 0808 800 0303.

Help us give support when you need us most

During this crisis, we’re sending out printed information on coronavirus and Parkinson’s, and making wellbeing check in calls to people who aren’t online. There are tailored, online exercise-classes, and we’re building our Facebook community. We’re connecting you to the support you need, right now. But we can’t stop. The pandemic isn’t over. 

You can help us to support everyone through this crisis. 

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