I would ring the helpline if I were you and speak to someone who knows about employment law and disability.
It sounds very wrong to not offer you reasonable adjustment of your role to allow for problems caused by your disability.
Going back to Shelley 65s original post, I was pleased to see that at last warnings have been issued about the scale of the DA problem.
I had understood that in Bradford there was a ban on prescribing more than 18 mg of Requip XL.
Suma tells me that it is not a ban but a warning to prescribe more than this with caution.
This has resulted in far safer prescribing than the hung-ho attitude in Leeds resulting in huge overdoses and one neuro boasting he had patients on 50 mg!
My husband's plight is the result of 36 mgs for years and pressure to go up to 40!
I think PDUK should ensure the recent warning based on research carried out recently is publicised and all authorities urged to recommend caution in prescribing, particularly in approaching the licensed maximum of 24 mgs.
Enough lives have been ruined and it is time PDUK made a stand.
Good luck, Stirmforce and thank you Shelley for highlighting the Michael Fox attempt to get the truth out there.