Our aim is to beat Parkinson’s and that is the main priority for PCSUK and our stakeholders. Although we actively invest in tomorrow, by funding non-pharmaceutical research into how we can slow down, reverse or even prevent Parkinson’s, we are mindful that thousands of people living with the condition need real support today. We strive to create a world where people are no longer limited by the effects of Parkinson’s.
As the organisation fosters new and significant relations with researchers, nutritionists and scientists alike, we believe that collaborative work within the Parkinson’s community is equally as important and beneficial to those affected by the condition. We aim to increase our partnerships and joint working wherever it allows us to reach and improve the lives of more people affected by Parkinson’s.
We want global knowledge. We need access to the latest advancements linking natural remedies and therapies to the relief, reversing and prevention of Parkinson’s Disease and therefore we will strive to develop joint initiatives with organisations not just across the UK, but across the globe. There have been some impressive developments in recent years which have come from places such as the USA, Italy and Canada and so we want to make sure we are ready and available to commit to funding and endorsing new research projects and trials.
PCSUK is dedicated to supporting researchers, professionals and scientists whose work is centred around natural remedies and therapies for people with Parkinson’s. We are actively seeking to expand in this area.
We aim to involve professionals, volunteers and beneficiaries in our work and to create a platform where feedback and suggestions can be brought to the charity for consideration.
We aim to meet our objective of engaged, enabled and effective staff and volunteers. We will ensure that our working environment and organisational structure enables our employees and volunteers to perform to their best in order to meet our goal of helping all those affected by Parkinson’s across the UK.