Parkinson’s UK appeals to Government to help those with the disease who are struggling as a result of the cost of living crisis
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The NHS website defines Parkinson’s disease as ‘a condition in which parts of the brain become progressively damaged over many years.’ Those affected tend to suffer from balance problems, and memory problems, amongst a wide range of other physical and psychological symptoms. Parkinson’s UK is now urging the Government to increase support for people with Parkinson’s, as it outlines how those suffering with the disease are being further impacted by the cost of living crisis.