Parkinson's is an incredibly complex condition that affects different people in different ways, with everyone experiencing vastly different symptoms.
Our carers have a wealth of knowledge and are fully understanding of the difficulties that people with Parkinson’s face. They know that emotional support is just as important as the physical and medical support they provide. They are always on hand to listen and are more than happy to pop the kettle on.
The symptoms that people with Parkinson's may have are listed below.
Main symptoms of Parkinson's
Slowness of movement
Physical and other symptoms of Parkinson's
Bladder and bowel problems
Falls and dizziness
Restless legs syndrome
Skin and sweating problems
Speech and communication problems
Mental health and Parkinson's
Hallucinations and delusions