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Your role as a carer
Someone newly diagnosed with Parkinson's may not need any practical help. But it can be important for them to have someone to talk to, for emotional support.
The symptoms of Parkinson's change over time and the care you provide may also need to change. As time goes by and Parkinson's symptoms develop, the person you care for may rely on you more for support.
It's important to know how to get the support you need with your caring role.
Because of this, it's important to know how to get the support you need with your caring role.
Finding out as much as you can about Parkinson's can help you understand what kind of care is required and how to manage the treatment of Parkinson's.
Our information on how Parkinson's progresses and living with Parkinson's may help when thinking about what the person you care for may need and preparing for changes.