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Parkinsons Self Help Group

The Parkinson’s Self Help Group (PSHG) in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire was established in 1989, as a Scottish Charity by people with Parkinson’s disease and their families to support each other to cope with the effects of the disease and the impact of it on their lives. In the last 20 years we have adapted and grown, and are proud to be recognised as a leading provider of support and services to people whose lives are affected by Parkinson's Disease and other neurological conditions.

 

The PSHG offers:

  • Drop-in centre & respite  lounge – 5 days a week
  • Welfare Rights
  • Befriending Service
  • Carers Support Group
  • On-site and off-site social activities
  • Information, training centre & venue for hire
  • Home & Centre based respite services for sufferers & carers
  • Therapy Centre – open to members and the public

 

You don’t need to face Parkinson’s alone. Support is available for everyone affected by this condition; whether you are a sufferer, a family member, friend or carer. The PSHG offers a comfortable haven to take a breather or enjoy social activities and companionship from people who understand.

 

Latest News

Respite Cafe

Our Respite Cafe is now open on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Weaver’s Cottages, from 10am until 2pm.  Our ex-Carers all undertook REHIS training and are staffing the ...
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