Scotland’s hospitals fail to give people with Parkinson’s medication on time more than 100,000 times each year
Media release outlining launch of new Get It On Time report for Scotland
Revolutionary research advocate Ken Bowler dies aged 76
The Parkinson’s community in Scotland, and beyond, has lost one of its giants with the passing of Professor Ken Bowler. Ken revolutionised the relationship between researchers and people living with Parkinson’s.
Ten member group appointed to strengthen Parkinson’s UK Scotland
Parkinson’s UK Scotland is delighted that it has been able to appoint ten outstanding candidates to a new advisory group that will be at the heart of shaping the charity’s work in Scotland.
Scottish Parliament backs specialist services for people with Parkinson's
News about a debate on Parkinson's services held in the Scottish Parliament
Unique award could revolutionise use of exercise as Parkinson's treatment
News about joint work with the Scottish Government to research exercise and impact it has on Parkinson's.
Parkinson's services in Scotland
New report on services in Scotland.
Meeting Abby was a privilege says Sir Billy
Meeting Abby was a privilege says Sir Billy Connolly.
Exercise in Scotland
Improving access to exercise classes is a top priority for our Scotland Development Team.
Side by Side with Parkinson's in Scotland
With Carers Week just around the corner, Volunteer News talks to inspirational volunteers Cathie and Marysia about their innovative course for carers in Scotland - Side by Side with Parkinson's.
Volunteer as a Kiltie, raise money for Parkinson's UK
In Scotland? Volunteer at a Kiltwalk in 2018 and help find a cure and support everyone affected by Parkinson's.