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.

Latest News

Rory treks Everest for Parkinson’s Research

Rory is heading for Everest Basecamp and has already raised £12k and reached 4300 metres.Follow his phenomenal journey and read his story here. Good luck Rory! Rory updated us again on 9 May - he made it Base Camp! Amazing effort.

Points of Light awarded to Popping for Parkinson’s

We are so proud, Simone Sistarelli has been recognised by the government with a Points of Light award. His fantastic work was spotted in the National Lottery advert. He is “honoured to be a recipient of the Points of Light Award. Starting ‘Popping For Parkinson’s’ in...