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Parkinson’s Western Australia has a range of resources & services for our community

Living with Parkinson's

It is estimated that there are about 100,000 people living with Parkinson’s in Australia . It affects both men and women.

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Newly diagnosed

Being newly diagnosed with Parkinson's raises many questions and queries about the future.

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Carers, family & friends

Close family members often take on the role of caregiver as the condition progresses, sometimes changing the dynamic of relationships.

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For Allied Health Professionals

Parkinson’s is a common progressive neurological condition which has the potential to affect all aspects of life.

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We provide over 20 support groups

Over 20 informal support groups including a young onset group, are active in the metropolitan area and rural regions. Meetings are attended by people with Parkinson’s, family members and carers to share information and enjoy social support and friendship.

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The benefits of practicing yoga for people living with Parkinson’s is undeniable – and no one understands this as well as Amanda Shirley.

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At Parkinson’s WA, we take a holistic view of wellness and healthy living, and we acknowledge that mind, body and spirit must be aligned for total wellness.

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Irena is a young woman who is living with Parkinson's. This is her story.

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Sue’s impressive artwork will be on display and available for purchase at the Niche between 16 November – 19 December. 20% of all proceeds will be donated to Parkinson’s WA.


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Parkinson’s WA receives financial support from a variety of sources which when combined, enable us to provide the best possible service for people with Parkinson’s in Western Australia.

Being involved in Parkinson’s WA is one of the most powerful and enjoyable ways that you can help make things better for people with or impacted by Parkinson’s in our state.

There are many ways to directly support Parkinson’s WA.

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