It’s time to talk about Parkinson’s. And be heard.
This World Parkinson’s Day and Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2022 were a huge success. The community came together to encourage everyone to talk about Parkinson’s.
Our chair Gary Shaughnessy looks back on an amazing April and what’s next.
Glasgow woman shaving her head to raise funds for Parkinson’s UK
Angela Boag from Glasgow has raised over £2000 so far through donations on her JustGiving page
Parkinson’s ambassador David Jensen returns to Jazz FM
The broadcasting legend is returning for a second 6-part series.
What we achieved in 2021, together
It’s been another tough year. Especially if you, or someone you love, has Parkinson’s. But we’re learning to live with coronavirus, adapting our vital support services and finding new ways to come together as a community.
New elected trustees and the 2021 Parkinson's UK AGM
At our Parkinson’s UK AGM on Saturday 16 October Sally Bromley and Samantha Aylieff were elected as new trustees to the Board.
Today we’re launching a marketing campaign to get Parkinson’s understood
Not enough people understand what it’s like to live with Parkinson’s. Together, we can change that.
New Parkinson’s Cafe for Dunbar Community
The Dunbar Craft Studio will open its doors on Thursday 3 June to welcome people with Parkinson's
Mark Coxe releases poetry book ‘Reflections’ about life with Parkinson’s
Mark, who has lived with Parkinson’s for almost 10 years, has released a poetry book about life with the condition. And he’s donating all proceeds to Parkinson's UK.
Advice for volunteers on restarting activities safely
As restrictions start to lift across the UK, some volunteers are restarting activities, while others will keep things virtual for now.