Parkinsons UK: support available

Published on 22nd February 2021

We're pleased to share this article from Parkinson's UK:

Do you know or support someone living with Parkinson’s?

Are you aware of support available locally?

Parkinson’s UK is a national charity which provides information, support and advice to anyone living / affected by with Parkinson’s.   Nationally we have a free, confidential Helpline Service which provides up to date advice on all aspects of Parkinson’s including signs and symptoms, diagnosis, medication, access to support services, benefits and employment advice, specialist nurse advice and support from a local Parkinson’s Adviser in your area.  

The Charity supports and funds research into many aspects of Parkinson’s and campaigns on issues to improve the quality of life of people living with Parkinson’s.   We have a range of local group activities run by our network of local volunteers and supporters – including regular meetings, drop-in cafes, exercise sessions and social events (please note that many of these are currently reduced / suspended due to the Covid-19 restrictions).

To find out more then please visit our website: or ring our Helpline - Tel: 0808 800 0303 Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm. Saturday: 10am to 2pm.

You can also email our Helpline: 

Parkinson's UK also produces a wide range of materials about Parkinson's. These can be accessed by either visiting the website: or by ordering over the phone (Tel: 0330 124 3250) or via the website

We provide information about equipment and aids that might be helpful - see website:   

There is also a section on Parkinson’s and coronavirus – see website:

If you would like to know more about support from Parkinson’s UK then feel free to get in touch.

Neil Smart
Area Development Manager
Tel: 0344 225 3690