People suffering from Parkinson's disease often feel embarrassed about eating at social luncheons or dinners as their hands tremble. The result is terrible isolation. This is going to change as a British student has designed 'inclusive' cutlery and crockery for the convenience of those suffering from Parkinson's. Parkinson's disease is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system and its primary symptoms include tremors at rest stiffness and a slowing of movement. (Read: Suppression of a gene could lead to Parkinson's disease) 'They still want to be included in the family so 'medicalising' their lives does not make anyone happy'