Looking after yourself and keeping active this new year

Blow away those new year blues and get involved in the Parkinson’s community.

Although coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect us all, we’re always here to help you. We know it’s a tricky time to get out and about. So, we’ve put together some useful information to help you get involved online at home.

Whether it’s a virtual cuppa, our 30-day challenge, or you just want some extra support. We’re here for you.

Virtual activities

Social singalongs. Cake and coffee. Exercise classes. Many activities have moved online due to coronavirus. This means you can take part from the comfort of your own home. Find something you like the look of, then just get in touch to sign up. Browse virtual activities.

Staying active at home

Fancy something to get your blood pumping? Or just want some information on how to keep moving? We’ve got you covered. Take a look at the resources below to help you stay active from the comfort of your own home:

Extra support

If you’re feeling isolated or overwhelmed, especially at the moment, we’re here to support you. Our trained advisers, based around the UK and including Parkinson's nurses, can support anyone with Parkinson's, their family, friends and carers. Call 0808 800 0303 to get in touch. Find out more about the adviser service.

Or to connect with other people living with Parkinson’s, explore our community forum.

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Latest advice on coronavirus and Parkinson’s

Keep up to date with the latest advice on coronavirus and Parkinson’s including restrictions, vaccination, isolation and testing.