May 19, 2017
On Tuesday 23rd May from 10am-12pm the people of Stanmore will have the opportunity to find out more about Parkinson’s and the support on offer for families affected by the condition.
The team at Woodland Hall are joining forces with Pauline Gough, a Local Adviser from Parkinson’s UK, to offer helpful guidance and practical tips for improving the everyday lives of those affected by Parkinson’s. They will also signpost attendees to further information from local support groups and specialist Parkinson’s services in Stanmore and the surrounding areas.
There will be a question and answer session to give everyone the opportunity to raise individual concerns and share experiences, and attendees will also be able to meet the team at Woodland Hall and take a closer look at the care home.
Customer relations manager at Woodland Hall, Zena Khudawes, said: “According to Parkinson’s UK, someone in the UK is diagnosed with Parkinson's disease every hour, and more than 127,000 people are currently living with the condition. Most people diagnosed are over the age of 50 and one in every 500 will develop the condition in later life.
“Across Care UK, we care for a number of residents living with Parkinson’s and we have seen how the experiences of individuals and their families can be transformed simply by having access to the right information and support.
“We are looking forward to welcoming the community to Woodland Hall and we are sure that those that attend will benefit from the specialist knowledge and expert advice on offer.”
Woodland Hall is a modern and purpose-built care home which provides full-time residential and specialist dementia care, as well as short-term respite care.
Clamp Hill, Stanmore, Greater London, HA7 3BG
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