South London Younger Parkinson’s Network (SLYPN) is a support network for younger people, who are working age and live with Parkinson’s in South London. We are heavily involved with fundraising and have raised over £200,000 so far. We also make sure every penny raised goes towards research for a Parkinson’s cure.
1 in 20 people diagnosed with Parkinson’s is under 40, the SLYPN is affiliated to Parkinson’s UK and provides a valuable support network to people diagnosed with Parkinson’s at a young age. Founders, Helen Stoinanov, Kate Wellington & Sarah Webb created it in 2011 to support the South London demographic who could not meet during the day, but wanted to find out more about symptoms, medication, treatments and to find general support.
South London Young Parkinson’s Network members are invited to regular coffee meet-ups, drinks and activities, plus our fundraising events – see the Our Community and Fundraising Events pages for more details.
Simone Sistarelli's Popping Classes are funded by The National Lottery funding, read more about its impact here. https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/life-changing/project-popping-for-parkinsons?icid=lich-212:bd:6:tnls-gc:tnl:lich-prpofopa-855:in:btn
Our regular coffee meet takes place at 11am on Saturday 10 April ahead of World Parkinson's Day on Sunday. If you would like to join us for the first time, please contact Sarah Webb via firstname.lastname@example.org
With another lockdown World Parkinson's Day, Parkinson's UK are holding a live event. Click the link below if you're keen to learn about the latest developments in Parkinson’s research, hear from healthcare professionals and people with Parkinson's about how they...