Jodie Forbes – a member’s story regarding work

Jodie Forbes – a member’s story regarding work

Jodie has early-onset Parkinson’s disease and works from home one day a week in addition to a temporary reduced hours arrangement. Though medication helps control the symptoms, it can be tiring. Initially, he found stepping out of social gatherings a bit awkward, but...

SLYPN December 2017 Update

Where does our money go?  We invited Heather Mortiboys from the University of Sheffield to talk to us in September about her ‘Repositioning of Drugs’ project, which we have helped fund since 2014. Those of you who met her at our Research Night in September...
#Plank4Parkinsons: Campaign Info

#Plank4Parkinsons: Campaign Info

Young people with Parkinson’s to discuss their experiences of the disease and urge the public to #Plank4Parkinsons To mark 200 years since the identification of young people with Parkinson’s disease and Parkinson’s UK (PUK) are delighted to announce the launch of...
SLYPN Summer Tennis Review

SLYPN Summer Tennis Review

The sun blessed us at Tregenna for the second year running on the evening of Sarah’s fabulous tennis tournaments in aid of SLYPN. The boys tennis was of an impeccable standard despite some players having recently embraced their sixth decade. It could very well...