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.
Experimental spinal stimulation shows promise for reducing freezing
Results from a trial of spinal cord stimulation carried out in Ontario, Canada highlights its potential for improving walking in Parkinson's.
World Parkinson's Day survey reveals harassment faced by people with Parkinson's
Figures released on World Parkinson's Day reveal astonishing levels of harassment and discrimination faced by people with Parkinson's.
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.
MPs show their support for Parkinson's Is
MPs have shown their support for our new awareness campaign that launches on World Parkinson's Day.
Improvements to PIP awards for those of pension age
Further changes to Personal Independence Payments for those of pension age.
‘Super smeller’ research moves us closer to a diagnostic test for Parkinson’s
Researchers have identified small molecules secreted by the skin that are maybe responsible for a unique scent in people with Parkinson's.
Llwyddiant yr ymgyrch: cymeradwyo Opicapone yng Nghymru / Campaign success: Opicapone approved in Wales
Bydd pobl â chlefyd Parkinson yng Nghymru bellach yn gallu cael y cyffur Opicapone yn haws.
People with Parkinson's in Wales will now be able to access the drug Opicapone more easily.