Parkinson’s UK Central Services
The full range of information available online and as brochures and leaflets by mail can be found at :
Parkinson's UK Information and Support
or call the Parkinson's UK Helpline
Call FREE on 0808 800 0303 or see below.
Opening times: Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm, Saturday: 10am-2pm
(Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays) BUT subject to Coronavirus restrictions.
To contact us (Parkinson’s UK) :
- Email: email@example.com.
- Send your question: general enquiry form.
- NGT Relay: 18001 0808 800 0303 (for use with smart phones, tablets, PCs and other devices. For more information see www.ngts.org.uk).
- Write to us: Helpline, Parkinson’s UK, 215 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 1EJ.
Parkinson’s UK Regional Services
|Network Support Officer
|Mary Jane Hunter
|0344 225 3695
NHS Services – Parkinson’s Nurses
The Parkinson’s Nursing Service in Cornwall provides specialised care and ongoing support for you after a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease, and is one of a range of services for those facing the complications of long-term neurological conditions. These services are accessed by referral from your GP.
In the current circumstances the Parkinson’s Nurses are responding to phone calls to the service (01209 318048) on a daily basis. They are reviewing all new patients and follow up patients via phone, and encouraging service users to email the service as well ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
You should follow the NHS guidelines to call 111 if you are so unwell you are unable to carry out your daily activities, or call 999 in an emergency.
The Cornwall NHS Trust is responsible for providing the service throughout Cornwall, except for those on the Home Care Pathway, which is the responsibility of the Parkinson’s Service at Derriford Hospital.
Local Volunteer Services: The Cornwall Branches of Parkinson’s UK
|Mid Cornwall Branch
|West Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Branch
|(As for Mid Cornwall)
Local Independent Groups
The links below are to groups independent of the local Parkinson’s UK Branches that also focus on support for all those affected who live in Cornwall and Devon.
The opportunities range from straightforward questionnaires to participation in sophisticated drug trials. There is so much going on now that all People with Parkinson’s and all care partners can contribute to the process of getting better treatments.
PenPRIG, the Peninsula Parkinson’s Research Interest Group, is especially interested in opportunities in Cornwall and Devon. We have a talented and committed Parkinson’s research community in the southwest that deserves your support to their research studies.
We are confident that these groups are reputable sources of support and information but we are not responsible for their activities or the accuracy of information provided.