Non-motor symptoms roadshow

The Academy has launched a half-day Non-Motor Symptoms Roadshow for allied health professionals taking place in three areas.  The motor features of Parkinson’s have traditionally been the focus of management, yet non-motor symptoms such as sleep disturbance, constipation and dementia are often the most problematic symptoms for patients.

These half-day MasterClasses, chaired by Dr Robin Fackrell and Louise Ebenezer, are a course specifically aimed at allied health professionals focused on recognising these challenging symptoms and managing them effectively. See the MasterClass programme for the first roadshow in Edinburgh for more information.

A further series of non-motor symptoms roadshows for clinicians is also currently in the planning stages – to register your interest please contact us.

The non-motor symptoms roadshow for allied health professionals will be held in:

  • Edinburgh, 22 May
  • Manchester, 24 October,  (first 20 application receive 50% discount)
  • Sheffield, 18 January 2018, Halifax Hotel (first 20 application receive 50% discount)

The course costs *£80 following a funding grant for 50% for the first 20 applicants, the normal price is **£160 including VAT; potential funding opportunities may be available as follows:

  • **The Academy can subsidise 50% of the course costs for the first 20 applicants of both Bristol and Manchester.
  • The British Geriatrics Society offer an educational grant, to apply, download their application form here.

If you are applying for funding support to attend please ensure you have funding approved before submitting your application or inform us on your application form.

Please contact us for more details and other courses that you are also able to attend.

Click the register button to complete the online application form (opens new window).

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*Please note, a booking remains provisional until you have received a letter of acceptance by email and have returned confirmation of payment and acceptance of the terms and conditions.