Around one in 500 people has Parkinson’s, a condition affecting movement, and sometimes also causing pain, tiredness and low mood. There is currently no cure; however drugs and rehabilitation therapies can help to relieve the symptoms. Although not the same for everyone, Parkinson’s is progressive, and in the later stages, people often require additional help.
Continue reading The importance of carers in support for people with Parkinson’s – Claire Ballinger and Ali Rowsell
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