Consult the page for your region to find out what support and exercise groups are offered in your area.
If you or a loved one has Parkinson’s, it’s important to seek out help from support groups in your region to avoid social isolation and get information on the disease. Groups normally meet once a week or month to discuss topics related to the disease.
Just because you have Parkinson’s doesn’t mean that you have to stop being active. On the contrary, daily physical activity is crucial for people living with Parkinson’s. Research suggests that in the long term, physical activity improves the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s.