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March 2021
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Access information & support for people with Parkinson’s & their Families
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Information Videos

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

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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

Rarely do we see research in Young Onset Parkinsons Disease, this one is about the symptom of apathy in YOPD, please share with anyone who has been diagnosed with YOPD ⁦@ParkinsonsIre⁩ ⁦@ypireland1⁩ ⁦@gshaug7741⁩ ⁦@Gfboyle1⁩ ⁦

The show must go on! 🤩We have now moved this event online! Come join us (virtually!) as we share progress on Parkinson's research in Ireland over three weeks through short, lively talks! Register at #PDMitoQUANT @ParkinsonsIre @RCSI_Research @RCSI_Irl

Orla Watters@WattersOrla

Join us on Wed 1st April to learn about Parkinson's research in Ireland, followed by drinks and dancing! Free event, all welcome! Register at #PDMitoQUANT @RCSI_Irl @RCSI_Research @niamh_connolly @braincadence @ProfJochen

An post has just launched ‘Community Focus’, an expanded range of post office and postal delivery supports that are focused on helping communities stay connected read about it here ☘️

Fantastic presentation by our own @RichelleFlan
on the importance of diet in PD. We are lucky to have her as part of the Dublin team and larger @ParkinsonsIre
organisation. PAI is working hard to engage members from a remote setting during these difficult times.

Delighted today to launch our new Take the First Step initiative with @nalaireland, @SOLASFET & @ETBIreland. A campaign to encourage people to take up adult literacy classes & to get involved in adult education. Check it out! Phone 1800 20 20 65 or go to


We have our intermediate Circuit Class with Maggs this morning at 11am on our Facebook Page ( followed by the more gentle Chair Gym with Michael at 2pm on both FB & YT (

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