As most areas in the UK ease out of lockdown, and others enter into it again, finding a ‘new normal’ can be stressful and challenging, particularly for those with Parkinson’s. Following a ‘Life After Lockdown’ webinar with Parkinson’s Concierge,
The Charco Neurotech team are developing the CUE1
device with, and for, people with Parkinson’s. We are therefore grateful to have spoken with another medical technology company founder, Bruce Hellman, co-founder and CEO of uMotif
,to hear what inspired him
Dr Amit Batla is a movement disorders specialist and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, in London.We are very grateful that he was able to answer some questions from the Parkinson’s community
George’s mother, Sharon Riff Ackerman, sadly passed away in January, after living with Parkinson’s for at least 15 years. Five years ago, after her daily life started to be affected, George dedicated himself to making sure that she received the best care.
A diagnosis of Parkinson’s may invoke a range of emotions. We at Charco Neurotech aim to improve the quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s and those around them, and we understand that greater knowledge of the condition and discovering the experience of others is beneficial for this.
Dr Chris Schramm studied medicine in Australia and finished his junior doctor years in Cambridge, England.He has worked as a GP in England for over 20 years and wants to help the people he sees gain confidence in living with Parkinson’s;
Dr Sweta Adatia is a highly qualified and experienced Clinical Neurologist who is currently studying for an MBA at Cambridge Business School. She has experience studying and practicing