The Indie's Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on the items and services that can make staying active and mobile with Parkinson's disease a bit easier
Parkinality correspondent Julie Walker creates a YouTube video as she marks - but definitely does not celebrate - her 10th Parkinson's Awareness Month
'I'd picked up some sign language phrases from Rose and Giovanni on Strictly, but I didn't think the sign for 'applause' would be useful in hospital'
Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on coming to terms with the world post-lockdown
The Indie's Parkinality columnist Julie Walker is hoping to have deep brain stimulation in her battle with Parkinson's disease
How year in lockdown, taking 7,280 tablets with a lack of exercise and social interaction, has affected Indie columnist Julie Walker's Parkinson's.
The Indie's Parkinality columnist Julie Walker chooses her personal highlight, challenge and lowlight from a very different 2020
Julie Walker on how to get support and exercise when living with Parkinson's disease during the coronavirus pandemic
Julie Walker, who lives with Parkinson's disease, reflects on her Eat Out to Help Out experiences, including a cocktail incident at Peach
Julie Walker writes a column for the Bishop's Stortford Independent called Parkinality, about living with early onset Parkinson's disease.
Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on trying to emerge from lockdown - and how a light-up walking stick has helped her work out social distancing
Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on doing her best Rocky Horror dance and the challenges living with Parkinson's disease during lockdown
Parkinality columnist Julie Walker enters her eighth week in self-isolation and reveals how she has downgraded her daily objective to making toast.
Parkinality columnist Julie Walker has made a video to show how Parkinson's disease affects everyday life
First there was the blog, then the Indie column... now Stortford's Julie Walker has had The Parkinality Poetry Book published
Watch Julie Walker's video as she captures what it is like when Parkinson's disease causes her to 'switch off' during a shopping trip