Because of the wide range of care packages we provide, often for very specialist cases, we feel that it is important to stay informed with related organisations that could help to increase our knowledge about complex conditions. We regularly consult the following organisations and hope you find these links helpful. All links to the following websites, when clicked, open in a new browser window
Professor Michael Barnes
Professor Mike Barnes is the companies retained consultant and is a leader in his field of Brain Injury, the link provided gives the reader the opportunity to research Mike Barnes and his skills, Philip Parkinson Homecare is proud to be associated with the work Mike Barnes does.
The MS Society
The MS Society is the UK's largest charity for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis.
Canterall Limited provides full website and SEO facilities for Philip Parkinson Homecare
The Spinal Injuries Association
The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) was set up in 1974 in order to support people with SCI.
Huntington's Disease, often referred to as HD, is an hereditary disorder of the central nervous system. It used to be known as Huntington's Chorea or HC. Huntington's Disease usually develops in adulthood and can cause a very wide range of symptoms.
Motor Neurone Disease
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones.
Acquired Brain Injury
An Acquired Brain Injury is an injury caused to the brain since birth. There are many possible causes, including a fall, a road accident, tumour and stroke.
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition affecting movements such as walking, talking, and writing.
Rainbow Trust Children's Charity provides practical and emotional support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.
White House Farm Centre
Whitehouse Farm is a 40 acre farm centre that has been entertaining and educating visitors since it opened it's doors in May 1997.
The Sage Gateshead is pioneering a fresh approach to musical discovery that enables everyone to become involved in, stimulated and excited by music - no matter what their age or ability. The eight strategic programmes are: Early Years, Work with Schools, Vocal and Instrumental Learning, Practitioner Development, Community Music, Further and Higher Education, Resources and Music in the Workplace.
Please see the website for further information.