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How ironic that, in life, something as ephemeral as time is everything. That is why we want to ask you for time. And not even yours. We want to ask for ours.

The time of Emilia, of Rufino, of Pepa, of Inés, of Enrique and of so many people who, like them, fight every day against a disease whose symptoms are unknown to most of society.

Because only from knowledge we can move towards social relations that respect the times of people with Parkinson's disease.

11 Abril



The social perception of Parkinson's disease is highly affected by stereotypes and prejudices that only tend to reinforce

Parkinson's causes a range of motor and non-motor symptoms. However, what many people are unaware of are the
fluctuations in symptoms
that people with Parkinson's can experience during the course of a single day.

These changes are unpredictable, severely limit the quality of life of people with Parkinson's, and have a direct impact
on their social relationships.

For this reason, this year we are asking you for time: the time that people with Parkinson's need to be able to continue to share it with you.

On April 11, support us on social media using
the hashtag #GiveMeMyTime
and join us in respecting
the time of people with Parkinson's

Local Parkinson's associations activities

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Discover the events of the World Parkinson's Day organized by Parkinson's Associations in Spain:

The boost we were missing

El impulso
que nos faltaba

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