Bluebird Care - Exeter and East Devon supports Parkinson’s Awareness Week

Staff at Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon are raising awareness about Parkinson’s disease, what to look out for and how to help people live well with Parkinson’s. This year's Parkinson's Awareness Week (20-26 April) focuses on encouraging everyone to be kinder than ever to everyone. Showing a little patience to people with Parkinson’s can make all the difference.

22/05/2019

Staff at Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon are raising awareness about Parkinson’s disease, what to look out for and how to help people live well with Parkinson’s. This year's Parkinson's Awareness Week (20-26 April) focuses on encouraging everyone to be kinder than ever to everyone. Showing a little patience to people with Parkinson’s can make all the difference.

Staff at Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon are raising awareness about Parkinson’s disease, what to look out for and how to help people live well with Parkinson’s.
 
This year's Parkinson's Awareness Week (20-26 April) focuses on encouraging everyone to be kinder than ever to everyone. Showing a little patience to people with Parkinson’s can make all the difference.

We are sending out the strong message to support people with Parkinson’s and are urging people around the country to support the campaign that will encourage the public to be nicer to everyone, and that even small acts of kindness and understanding can be extremely helpful to people with Parkinson’s.
 
There is currently no cure for Parkinson’s and one person in every 500 has Parkinson’s in the UK. Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon is determined to raise awareness to help people with Parkinson’s and people who care for someone with Parkinson’s.
 
Commenting, Director of Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon, William Flint said:
 
“We are delighted to help raise awareness about Parkinson’s and support Parkinson’s Awareness Week. Living with Parkinson’s can be extremely challenging and my team are working hard to do anything we can do to help support people with Parkinson’s.”