A care home in Banbury is inviting the community to a free event for people caring for those living with Parkinson’s.
The team at Highmarket House will open its doors for its Parkinson’s Awareness event from 2-4pm on Thursday, September 13.
Banbury Parkinson’s Society chairman Mick Terry and community neurology specialist nurse Nicola Findlay will share information and practical advice to help those affected by Parkinson’s and their loved ones at the home on North Bar Place.
Care home manager Julia Joy said: “Here at Highmarket House, we strongly believe professional knowledge, insight and shared experiences can make a real difference to the everyday lives of those looking after a loved one living with Parkinson’s.
“The aim of the event is to help people discover approaches to caring for loved ones and to support them to lead independent and fulfilled lives.
“We are looking forward to welcoming local people for what promises to be another interesting and inspiring afternoon of information and guidance.”
There will be support and helpful tips on improving life for those affected by Parkinson’s, as well as a chance to discover the local support and services available across Banbury.
After the event, there will be a Q&A session and the opportunity to meet the Highmarket House team, as well as take a closer look at the care home.
For more information or to book your free place at the event, call customer relations manager Sally Matthews on 01295 297 652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.