I have been care-partnering my wife , almost for 17 years, one thing I am certain of is that at this time you should not be scared as young onset Parkinson's (what we in the States would label your Dx at your age) is treatable and one must not try to feel depressed or confused ,as once you are on the correct mix of medicines you will feel better.
It is important to stay active and exercise , if you are in a locale where there is a PD support group perhaps you may be able to attend and hear of other patients at various stages of this disease as to how they cope as well as how to help loved ones care for you.
My wife can drive an auto perfectly ,she can walk well but with a rollator/walker which helps her from falling she remains very careful to do her prescribed exercises . She was diagnosed at age 53.
Some time ago at a great medical center in New York City a distinguished Neurologist lecturing to us asked of his audience "How many of you came here by yourself " 99% of the audience raised there hands.
The Physician lecturing us then said" If you are ever down about your disease kindly just remember this ,when I was first treating Parkinson's in the late 1950's and early 1960's you would have been unable to come here and most likely be a shut in 24/7 at home with almost no ability to do much by yourself, let alone travel to this hospital to have heard a lecture ".