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Could you help PSPA during the Coronavirus crisis?

We are launching our Coronavirus Emergency Appeal to help protect…

Durham University study into use of prism glasses

Researchers at Durham University are looking for people living with…

Ask the Helpline – Live Q&A Session

On Wednesday 10 June, to help mark Carers Week, PSPA…

Celebrating Volunteers Week 2020

To celebrate Volunteers Week, we are inviting all of our…

PSPA Funded Research Update

Since the lockdown began, many medical researchers who also usually…

Nominate PSPA for a £1000 donation

Help PSPA be in with a chance of receiving a…

Join the #TwoPointSixChallenge to support PSPA

On 26 April the nation is coming together for an…

Volunteer support during the coronavirus

In support of the NHS Volunteering initiative, PSPA volunteers will…

Message from the CEO

The developing Coronavirus pandemic is currently at the forefront of…

PSP & CBD and Coronavirus

We are aware that many of you will be concerned…

#JointheFight to help raise awareness of PSP &…

Could you #JointheFight against the misdiagnosis of PSP & CBD…

OxQuip – Oxford study of Quantification in Parkinsonism

OxQuip are looking for patients with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy to…

How does a small charity tackle the need…

The doctor gave me a diagnosis and then said “there…

Initial findings from the PROSPECT Study

Research estimates that up to 10,000 people may be living…

PASSPORT Study Discontinued

At the end of last week pharmaceutical company Biogen announced…

Help us identify the priority research questions for…

This month PSPA launched its first study to identify the…

New online interactive resource

We are thrilled to launch our new online interactive resource…

Christmas Bauble Appeal 2019

Dedicate a Bauble to someone special this Christmas. Your Christmas…

Remember a charity week 9-15 September

“For Mum leaving money in her will was an obvious…

Exploring physical activity in people with rare neurological…

The PARC (Physical Activity for people with Rare Neurological Conditions)…