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Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association (PSPA)

We aim to provide practical and emotional support for those living with PSP & CBD, their families and carers. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a neurological condition caused by the premature loss of nerve cells in certain parts of the brain.

PSP Association (PSPA) is a national charity providing support and information to people living with PSP and CBD, while funding research into treatments and ultimately a cure. We rely entirely on voluntary donations.

Each case of PSP is unique and symptoms  can be experienced with varying degrees of severity and at different stages of progression. To find out more Signs and Symptoms section.

Like many other chronic conditions there is no cure for PSP. However many of the symptoms can be managed to help people achieve the best possible quality of life.

PSPA are the only charity supporting people with this condition in the UK . If you want to understand more about PSP please contact our  Helpline and Information Service

Who to contact

Name
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association (PSPA)
Telephone
0300 0110 122 (Helpline)
Mobile
01327 322410 (Head Office)
Fax
01327 322412
Email
psp@pspassociation.org.uk
Website
https://www.pspassociation.org.uk/
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Address
167 Watling Street West
Towcester
Northamptonshire
Postcode
NN12 6BX
Notes

PSP Association (PSPA) is a national charity offering support and information to people living with PSP and CBD, while supporting research into treatments and ultimately a cure. We rely entirely on voluntary donations. PSPA is a registered charity in England and Wales (1037087) and in Scotland (SC041199).

Where to go

Area served
North Ipswich

Other details

Age Groups
Pre-school, Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Related links
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSBIVPJ_FStXk9v4lmDptvw
Last Updated
14/06/2017

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