Emotional and Practical Support
Other help and advice

Advanced neurological conditions day

The 12 week programme at St Cuthbert’s Hospice Living Well Centre offers advice and strategies to enable you to cope better with your health and wellbeing and with our support regain control of your life. After a holistic assessment of your individual needs our team will develop a personalised programme of care based on your requirements, aims and goals.

Fridays at the living well centre are specifically for people living with more advanced neurological conditions, including Parkinson's.

The Living Well Centre offers psychological, physical, social, spiritual support and financial advice. The multidisciplinary team supporting you may include but is not limited to nurses, social workers, family support counsellors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other trained professionals. The benefits of attending may include improved symptom management, greater independence and help to plan for the future. There are activities such as massage and opportunities to meet others in a similar situation.

We pride ourselves on being a happy, vibrant place to spend time and our aim is to make every day count and help to improve your quality of life.

You will normally need to be referred by a health professional (e.g. your GP or Parkinson's nurse) but you're welcome to come for a look round first or just get in touch to find out more about what we can offer.

Transport to and from the hospice can be considered on a case by case basis, if needed.

Get in touch for more information.
Primary contact
Gavin Charlesworth


St Cuthbert's Hospice Durham
Park House Road
Accessible parking available

Please note that this activity is not organised by Parkinson's UK (company number 00948776). Parkinson’s UK is not responsible for the activity and is not liable for any advice given or treatment received, or for any loss or damage incurred because of attending the activity.