* 1. This survey that has been written by a team of designers, engineers and medics currently based at Imperial College.

They are working on prototype of a wearable device designed to help people with Parkinson’s, particularly those that experience tremor. It monitors the condition and stabilises the hands accordingly. The team firmly believe this product could really help people continue to do the things that matter to them.

The results of this survey will be used to refine their understanding of Parkinson’s disease and of the needs of people that might benefit from the device. They will also be running focus groups in collaboration with Parkinson’s UK in June to gather direct user feedback and critiques on this product.

If you are interested in getting involved in this project, please reach out to us at notremor@ic.ac.uk!

* 2. What is your age?

* 3. Are you male or female?

* 4. At what age were you diagnosed with Parkinson's?

* 5. How long have you had Parkinson's ?

* 6. What do you consider to be your primary Parkinson's symptom (or side effect) - What aspect of your Parkinson's do you find the most bothersome?

* 7. What is/are the biggest challenges you face with your Parkinson's?

* 8. Are you currently being treated for Parkinson's?

* 9. If yes, which of the following treatments do you use and which do you find beneficial (choose one or more)?

* 10. Do you find it difficult adhering to your treatment ?

* 11. On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being coping very well, how would you describe your ability to cope with Parkinson's?

* 12. On a scale of 1 -10 with 10 being the most severe, how severe would you say your Parkinson's is?

* 13. Do you need support at home?

* 14. If yes, how frequently do you need support at home?

* 15. Are you able to track changes in your Parkinson's?

* 16. Would you want to be able to track changes in your Parkinson's over time?

* 17. On average, how long is your medication effective every day?

* 18. When your treatment is fully efficient, how well do you move?

* 19. Do your tremors cause you pain or discomfort, especially at the end of the day?

* 20. Do hand tremors prevent you from sleeping well at night?

* 21. How often is that?