Get It On Time

We're campaigning to make sure that everyone in a care home or hospital gets their medication on time - every time.

If people with Parkinson's don't get their medication on time it can seriously impact their health. They may not be able to move, get out of bed or walk. Some people may never recover and may permanently lose their ability to walk, talk or worse.

"I felt myself starting to lose control and struggle with my symptoms – it was bad enough having the pneumonia but when my Parkinson's symptoms got worse it was the last thing I needed. If you haven’t got your drugs inside you it's difficult to do even the most basic things and I couldn't even pour myself a glass of water."
- Phil Wakerdine

Become a Get It On Time campaign volunteer

You can help by volunteering and helping us challenge hospitals and the NHS to do better. Sign up for one of our training days across the country.

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Why it's important to get Parkinson's medication on time

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Why it's so important to get Parkinson's medication on time

In this video, people with Parkinson's and their carers talk about why it's important to get medication on time, and their experiences in hospitals.

Share your experiences

We're collecting evidence on people's experiences in hospitals. Help us by completing our survey.

Your responses will help us convince local hospitals and the NHS that they must act.