Parkinson's Assocation of Ireland
Date Posted: 27.03.2012
Supports for people with Parkinson's
Parkinson's Association of Ireland has branches throughout the country and these have grown rapidly over the past few years. These Branches are a fantastic way for people with Parkinson's and their families to meet with each other and discuss the various problems associated with Parkinson's disease. Branches play an important role in collating information for onward transmission to the National Office which in turn informs our thinking and guides our negotiations with the HSE and Government for services to people with Parkinson's. Branches also arrange various activities that assist people with Parkinson's and their families such as Yoga classes, outings and information meetings. For a full list of our Branch network please visit www.parkinsons.ie/aboutparkinsons_supports or call their helpline 1800 359 359.
Source : www.parkinsons.ie