As we approach the first birthday of the global pandemic (which we hoped would have been over by now), we wanted to check in on you. Despite the uncertainty and chaos, some questions remain the same. How do I cope with the current situation? Thanks to our Walk with Path community, here are some useful tips for you that we hope will make this easier.
This is the time for us to come together and raise awareness across the world about the strength and courage it takes to live with Parkinson’s disease. To celebrate Parkinson’s Awareness Month, Walk With Path is happily giving away a pair of Path Finder device. This could significantly help make a positive impact on someone’s life.Continue reading
Walk With Path starts the New Year with press coverage from major outlets, including The Sunday Times and AXA who shared Bruce Jockelson's story. Bruce suffers from Parkinson's and the 'freezing of gait' symptom, which makes it difficult for him...Continue reading
Every Parkinson's person out there (approximately ten million in the whole world) gets worse month after month and experiences many quirky variations of side-effects from medicine and/or their bodies faulty nervous system. Having said that, last year Parkinson's UK asked...Continue reading
Difficulty to initiate walking, shuffling, freezing, festinating or slow gait? These are some of the mobility problems which people with Parkinson’s disease experience. Severe gait issues rob people of confidence walking and significantly increase the risk of falls. Although there...Continue reading