People with Parkinson's quiz parties at disability hustings
People with Parkinson's quizzed politicians from the main parties in England on Tuesday 14 May 2015 about how they'd support disabled people if they won the general election.
We encourage political parties to protect disability benefits
The 2015 general election campaign has begun - we want all parties to protect the level of essential financial support available to disabled people and their carers.
Make the election count for people with Parkinson's
We've launched our general election campaign with the aim to make it count for people with Parkinson's.
New research 'one step closer' to diagnosing early Parkinson's
Research we've funded has brought us closer to diagnosing early stage Parkinson's – thanks to a new MRI scanning technique.
Half of people with Parkinson's denied access to medication
People with Parkinson's are being subjected to 'frustrating and scandalous' standards of care in hospital.
Our research offers vital new insights into Parkinson's
We have some important new results to share from our largest ever project - The Monument Discovery Award at the University of Oxford.
In Parkinson's Awareness Week, 'put yourself in my shoes'
Parkinson's Awareness Week is here. And we're asking people to put themselves in the shoes of people with Parkinson's to find out what life is like with the condition.
Success for Parkinson's UK at 2012 Charity Times Awards
Our Media team has been awarded a special runners-up prize in the PR team of the year category at the Charity Times Awards for their work on highlighting Parkinson's Awareness Week 2012.
Commitment on care costs is good news
We are encouraged by the reports that the Government are planning for a maximum £35,000 cap on how much people pay towards their social care in England.
Neurology time bomb warning from charities
We've joined with the MS Society and the MND Association to warn that a neurology time bomb will catch the NHS unawares, unless urgent action is taken. This follows the recent National Audit Office report which showed that services for people with neurological conditions such as Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis (MS) and motor neurone disease (MND) were not up to scratch.