Golf helps my Parkinson’s
Young golfer finds exercise helps him with his symptoms
A warm welcome at the Belfast early onset Parkinson's cafe
Parkinson's UK Northern Ireland launched its early onset Parkinson's cafe, Belfast in June 2017. We catch up on how it's going.
Survey Reveals Shocking Lack of Public Awareness in Northern Ireland
Figures reveal for the first time the shocking lack of public awareness around Parkinson's and its symptoms despite it being the second most prevalent neurodegenerative condition after Alzheimer's.
Course for GPs Developed in Northern Ireland Goes Live Across UK
A new online course has been developed by the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network, in collaboration with Northern Ireland Macmillan GP Facilitators.
Step up to Walk for Parkinson's in Northern Ireland
Broadcaster Claire McCollum calls for people to get involved in events at Lagan Towpath and Antrim Castle.
An exciting opportunity to take part in research exploring dance and Parkinson’s, in Belfast
Anna Carapellotti and researchers from the School of Psychology at Queen's University Belfast (QUB) are conducting a study evaluating the immediate effects of dance in people with Parkinson's.
Parkinson's UK Northern Ireland and Marie Curie Centre Belfast are celebrating!
Our joint Health and Wellbeing Programme has won a prestigious Peacock Award in London.
Independent Neurology Inquiry – Get Involved
Have you had experience of neurology services in the Greater Belfast area before or since 2008 up until June 2018? If so, then the Independent Neurology Inquiry panel want to hear from you.
Kyle Alexander joins the board
In August 2018, Kyle Alexander was appointed by co-option to the Board of Trustees, bringing a Northern Ireland presence to the board.
Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment Process Published
On 29 June 2018 the Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment Process in Northern Ireland, carried out by Walter Radar, was published.