One of the subjects that people with Parkinson's have both experience of and opinion about is that of side effects caused by medication. The possible side effects of short and long-term medication use are well listed within the information leaflets found within medication packs. Side effects are also well listed and, more importantly, described on … Continue reading Parkinson’s Meds Side Effects
Today, I need to share something about how appalled I am at our Conservative Government. I was shocked, recently, by a decision affecting my mother's care. Our Conservative Government and Conservative Local Authority, continues to make the rich in our society richer, while cutting back vital support for the poor and disabled. Our Prime … Continue reading Dear Conservative Govt.
One of my cousins lives in the north of England. She is a kind person and she has taken a keen interest in learning about Parkinson's, since my diagnosis last year. She has offered many a kind word, from the other end of the phone, and she has witnessed some of the worst of my … Continue reading Honest Cakes for Parkinson’s
At the end of each day, before I eventually sleep, I like to reflect over what I achieved that day. Today, while doing some reflective thinking, I realised something about what I achieved yesterday. I wonder if you will identify with this? I went to work to meet with my clients. I didn't actually leave … Continue reading I Virtually Did
One of the difficulties that people with Parkinson's tell me about is their sense of frustration at the realisation their diagnosis has changed them forever. I know this feeling, myself. I too am well aware of the limitations this disease has upon my life and of how I will never regain my former good health … Continue reading You Can Do Parkinson’s