I have Parkinson’s and I work for a Parkinson’s charity. During the working week, I eat, sleep, breathe and think Parkinson’s. It’s unavoidable. It’s part of my make up, whether I like it or not. It’s the first thing I
It started out more as a symbol than as a practical aid. I have been aware that my walking has deteriorated over the last six months. Indeed that and a substantial increase in tremor are the principal outward manifestations of
I’m all in favour of anything which makes our lives as people with Parkinson’s a little easier. And into this category one would put many different products – magnetic buttoned shirts, alarmed medication boxes, anti-burn oven gloves and so on.