Parkinson’s disease patients commonly experience falls especially in the later stages of disease. Falls are dangerous and can result in bone fractures and head injury. Discuss it with your doctor. Drug adjustment can help to prevent falls. Certain lifestyle measures can also decrease the possibility of falls like avoiding stairs and walking with cane or stick. Installation of handles and supports in washroom/toilet can also help. Patients of Parkinson’s disease should avoid wearing slippers. They should wear sandals with backstrap or sneakers.