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Covid 19 – Vaccine Update

Covid 19 – Vaccine Update

The COVID-19 vaccine will offer you protection from COVID-19. If you do catch COVID-19 after vaccination, you should be protected from the serious illness the virus can sometimes...

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11th December 2020

Information Videos

Our nurse Alison introduces information videos for people with Parkinson’s, and possible causes for a sudden deterioration or worsening of symptoms.

[ Click Here to Go To Information Video Page ]

Rock Steady Boxing

Non-contact, fitness inspired boxing programme

Specifically designed for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Can dramatically improve people’s everyday lives…more info

Today is the big day!

Thanks everyone who followed our journey & believed in this film! We would have never made it without each of you! Thank you for making all this happen! ❤

"Here’s to punks DIYing in more art forms than one. OneTwoThreeFour!" - Critical Popcorn


What happens when Parkinson's medication wears off?
Meet Paula, and her 'on' and 'off' experience with Parkinson's.
Thanks very much to Paula's stepson Owen and grandson Felix for helping to make this film.

@APDAParkinsons conducting zoom talk on dance and Parkinson's disease. Would be interesting for all patients and their families.

Council agrees to do more to provide disabled toilet facilities https://www.meathchronicle.ie/2020/12/22/council-agrees-to-do-more-to-provide-disabled-toilet-facilities/ @ChangingPlacesI

Tony Holohan: ‘we are strongly advising everyone to stay safely at home to avoid transmitting or catching this virus, as it continues to circulate widely’. 50% of spread is from people with no symptoms, 3-7 days post infection. We must hold steady as vaccination begins.

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