Mid Year Appeal 2019

Providing our services cannot be done without the ongoing contribution and support. We assure you that every donation goes towards helping someone who has been touched with Parkinson’s, now and in the future.

If you can give, we’ll be especially grateful.
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Support Programs for Parkinson's

Second to medication, physical activity is probably the most important thing you can do to stay well as a person living with Parkinson's. Exercise is more than healthy — it is a vital component to maintaining balance, mobility, coordination and activities of daily living.

Parkinson's WA offers 7 support programs per week over the whole year. We hold Yoga, Singing and Dance/Movement to Music classes tailored to people with Parkinson's, and Tai Chi, Singing and Dance to Move classes for anyone with a neurological condition and partners/carers.  You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

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Sinemet® Shortage

Unfortunately Sinemet® will be in short supply until possibly December 2019. The shortage is due to a problem at the manufacturer’s level.

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Contribute to Parkinson's Research here in WA

Curtin University researchers are conducting a world first clinical trial and need your help. Research at Curtin University is examining if brain training and brain stimulation together can improve thinking and memory skills in people with Parkinson's.

If you are interested in taking part, or would like to chat about the study, please contact Emily Corti on (08) 9266 9157 or email emily.corti@curtin.edu.au

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Health Care Professionals

Parkinson’s WA provides education, resources and support for Health Professionals. We produce resources including manuals for nurses, GPs and physiotherapists plus free brochures.

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