Shaky Radio is an internet based Radio Station for the Parkinson’s Community.
We offer entertainment, Information and Fellowship to all who have or care for those with Parkinson's.
Through the stations social media, Website hope we are a central point for those newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s and their carers. Helping them to feel less isolated and alone.
We Serve those who have been diagnosed for some time and encourage them to share their stories and experiences on all our platforms.
We also serve the carers of those who have Parkinson’s. Partners, Siblings, Children we aim to be all inclusive.
We operate on a non profit basis. Relying entirely on your very kind donations.
We are also entirely voluntary based. If you would like to be involve in any way with this exciting Station. Then please contact me John Scotter or Susan Pennells by email [email protected]
One of the easiest ways to listen is to go to the web page and at the top right corner is a player. Press Play and you will hear Shaky Radio.
If you have an Android phone we have an App you can download Here
We are listed on most of the Radio listing websites, most of these have apps for Phones, Tablets, iPads, Computers, TV's which can be downloaded from your phones App Store.
Below are Icons of all the sites we are listed on. You can listen to Shaky Radio through any of these sites. Just search for Shaky Radio in their search bar.
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Thanks to the following companies for making Shaky Radio Possible
Born in London, Dean G. Parsons is a renowned psychotherapist and writer now living in the beautiful county of Suffolk; the home of many of his ancestors. Diagnosed in 2017 with Parkinson's Disease, Dean uses narrative and richly descriptive poetry to tell a story of his relationship with Parkinson's going back to his childhood and even further back in his family history. If you have Parkinson's and you want to have a useful way of describing your illness to others, Dean's book would do it for you. This frank and often gritty account of life as a person with Parkinson's gives insight into a challenging life experience but, importantly, sends a message of hopefulness and optimism, too. Simply gift it to someone special or keep it handy on the shelf or coffee table and encourage your visitors and guests to read Dean's experiences.
This is a poetry collection by myself and 8 other Parkinson's Poets. We feel strongly about climate change and the environment and wish to add our voices to those seeking these issues to be treated seriously. Park Climate Change hopes to inform and enlighten with details on how our interactions affect nature and to convey the urgency that some of our politicians and leaders wish to dismiss. I hope you will read the book and join with us to help us shake the world.