69,000 people in the UK with Parkinson's have experienced hostility and rudeness from the public, Parkinson's UK reveals on the first day of Parkinson's Awareness Week 2015.
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.
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.
We've launched our general election campaign with the aim to make it count for people with Parkinson's.
We worked with people affected by Parkinson's, their families and professionals. Together, we came up with a list of key priorities for improving everyday life in the shorter term.
Research we've funded has brought us closer to diagnosing early stage Parkinson's – thanks to a new MRI scanning technique.
People with Parkinson's are being subjected to 'frustrating and scandalous' standards of care in hospital.
We have some important new results to share from our largest ever project - The Monument Discovery Award at the University of Oxford.
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.
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.