A diagnosis of Parkinson’s is life changing. Our Information Hub provides helpful resources recommended to us by people living with Parkinson’s.

If you are experiencing health problems that you think might be Parkinson’s, please make an appointment to discuss this with your family GP.

Live well with Parkinson’s

Ultimately, we want a cure. However we also recognise that there are a number of things you can do to help you live well with Parkinson’s and maintain your quality of life. Everyone living with Parkinson’s finds their own formula, their own routines. Diet, exercise, relaxation and hobbies are known to be beneficial and can help your quality of life day-to-day. There is emerging evidence that some types of exercise can even be neuroprotective.

Live well with Parkinson’s
Take part in research

At Cure Parkinson’s we focus on research with the potential to cure Parkinson’s. We fund clinical trials and preclinical work which seeks to open up new avenues in the search for a cure. There are many ways to get involved in research, whether that’s taking part in a trial, completing a survey, joining a study or sharing your experiences to help shape research.

Take part in research
Help shape research

Cure Parkinson’s was founded by four people living with Parkinson’s and the experiences and insights of people living with the condition continue to inform our work. By sharing your experiences, you can help shape the course of Parkinson’s research.

Help shape research

Webinars worth watching

These webinars are essential viewing for anyone affected by Parkinson’s. Our webinars, produced in association with the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease (JoPD), cover a wide range of topics from exercise to research.

Watch a webinar

Our Research Update Meetings

If you would like to find out more about Parkinson’s research, why not consider attending one of our Research Update Meetings or one of the other research events that Cure Parkinson’s is involved with?

Find out more

Research events are a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest progress in Parkinson’s research and listen to perspectives from researchers and people living with Parkinson’s.

More information coming soon!

The Information Hub is an ongoing project – it is a dynamic space for people to use and interact with. Please get in touch if you’d like to see more information or have an idea to feature here. Thank you.

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