The World Parkinson’s Congress took place in Barcelona in July 2023.
The Congress brought together physicians, neuroscientists, a broad range of other health professionals, care partners, and people with Parkinson’s for a unique and inspiring experience.
The wide ranging programme included the latest research and developments in Parkinson’s treatments and care, as well as the experiences of people living with Parkinson’s.
Richelle Flanagan from Ireland picked up the WPC Robin Elliott Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson Community for 2023.
” I am absolutely honoured & humbled to be a recipient of the WPC Robin Elliott Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson Community for 2023. I like many pwp & others working in PD globally want to see better outcomes for us all & I truly believe things can improve.” Richelle Flanagan.
Well done Richelle from all in PAI.
Galway man Raymond Feeney who is living in Peru with his wife Ana Maria. Raymond was awarded the People’s Choice Award for the video he made “Ray of Hope, a Story from Peru” You can view Raymond’s touching & hopeful video which we recommend you to watch HERE
Well done Raymond from all in PAI.
It was smiles all round meeting up with Frank & Assumpta Lynch at the World Parkinson Congress. Frank has joined the PAI board of management as a patient representative.
Some of the Irish attendees at the WPC.
On behalf of all in PAI we would like to extend a huge thank you to all in the World Parkinson’s Congress for organisng and hosting this wonderful event. An even bigger thank you to all the precious volunteers who gave their time to ensure the event ran smoothly!
“Thank you to Jerome from all in PAI for all your time, support, empathy and help to all attendees which you went above and beyond for!”
You can view lots of video clips, photos and testimonials from people who attended the World Parkinson’s Congress 2023 on the website here – https://wpc2023.org/