Early Onset Parkinson's Disease

We are a new dedicated support group providing information, advocating, raising awareness and offering peer support for Early Onset Parkinson’s in Ireland.  Have the support of people who understand as together we are stronger.  The tulip is the emblem for Parkinson’s worldwide and we have chosen the symbol of a lighthouse beam to help the EOPD community navigate their journey. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Early Onset Parkinson's Disease

We are a new dedicated support group providing information, advocating, raising awareness and offering peer support for Early Onset Parkinson’s in Ireland.  Have the support of people who understand as together we are stronger.  The tulip is the emblem for Parkinson’s worldwide and we have chosen the symbol of a lighthouse beam to help the EOPD community navigate their journey. 

 

 

 

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EOPD.ie Fundraisers

EOPD.ie 2023 Calendars for Sale

Carols by Candlelight

UCC Choral Society have chosen EOPD.ie to be the charity to receive proceeds from collections at their Carols by Candlelight. 

The New Music

After a Parkinson’s diagnosis a classically trained pianist embarks on a path of self discovery leading him to a punk band. Their rebellious lifestyle and music provide a distraction to his troubles and a sharp contrast to his old life.

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6 days ago

Great interview Ian, well done. 👏👏 28 highest peaks in Europe in 28 days. What a challenge with Parkinson’s. Great awareness for Eopd and hope given, Ian is not giving up.Big thanks to Orla Rapple of the Sunday Grill on BEAT 102103
Pleasure to come into the studio in Waterford this morning for what was my first Eur-Up-Ian interview . I look forward to coming back when it’s over to tell how the adventure went! www.beat102103.com/podcasts/the-sunday-grill/
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Great interview Ian, well done. 👏👏 28 highest peaks in Europe in 28 days. What a challenge with Parkinson’s. Great awareness for Eopd and hope given, Ian is not giving up.

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Well done Ian

1 week ago

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Meet people who understand what it’s like living with #earlyonsetparkinsons #eopdIe
1 week ago

If you are finding it hard to manage your stress levels, take a look at our Stress Control online programme. It offers 6 free sessions of support & learning for your mental health & wellbeing. Learn more and access the sessions at this link: stresscontrol.ie ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Annmarie tells her story of being diagnosed with Parkinson’s and the shock of it as she personally did not know any other young person with PD. Great to get this awareness for #earlyonsetparkinsons #eopdie #parkinsons
Well done Annmarie 👏👏
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Welcome to Early Onset Parkinson’s Ireland

It is estimated that there is about 1800 people living with EOPD in Ireland. Early Onset Parkinson’s Disease was set up in 2021 as a company limited by guarantee and operating as EOPD.ie. EOPD.ie is a registered charity.
EOPD.ie’s, primary audience are people diagnosed with Parkinson’s earlier in life, including Juvenile Parkinson’s and Young Onset Parkinson’s in addition we support all people on their Parkinson’s journey, regardless of age.

Clare, diagnosed at 24 years
Talks about her experience with Parkinson’s

Latest News

Active Body Series

Active Body Series

South Dublin County Sports Partnership New Name – Active Bodies Free session . Starting Monday, the 16th of Jan for 6 weeks – 7-8pm Tallaght Leisure Centre , targeted at people living with a chronic illness Multi Activity session (activities start) 16th Jan 2023 -...

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Activator Poles Class

Activator Poles Class

  Activator Indoor Walking Programmes Starts  3rd of Jan Rowlagh Community @12:30pm Starts  10th of Jan Bawnogue Youth & Community Centre  @2pm Starts 17th of Jan Ballyroan Community Centre @3:30pm.

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Change of venue

Change of venue

Please note the indoor walking class Moving to Belgard Community Centre, much bigger hall, free parking and easier to get to . This class will be open to all the public and classes are free. Hope to see you there and if you can please book in on Eventbrite and share...

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Phone: 01-5252994

Email : info@eopd.ie

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