Our Services

Parkinson’s Western Australia has a range of services for members and the community

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Information

Parkinson’s WA has an extensive library of DVDs, books and pamphlets for use by members, health professionals and students. If you would like to use our library, please call into the Parkinson’s WA office between the hours of 9am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Parkinson’s WA also have a huge range of free resources such as brochures and information sheets (click here to visit page.) A quarterly newsletter is available to members.

Parkinson’s Nurse Specialists

Our Parkinson’s Nurse Specialists cover the Perth metropolitan area and the South West, making home visits and assisting patients to manage the condition. Find out more about Parkinson’s Nurse Specialists.

Counselling Service

Whether you have been recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s or have been living with the condition for years, there is much to be gained in talking to our professional Parkinson’s WA Counsellor. This service provides a confidential and supportive space to talk things through and uses evidence-based assessments and treatments. For more information on the Counselling Service, vit our Counselling Service page.

Seminars

A regular varied program of seminars on topics of interest to people with Parkinson’s and their carers, family members and friends. Find out about our upcoming seminars.

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. Find out more about our Support Groups.

Closeup of a group of people at a Parkinson's WA Support Group

Research

The organisation funds projects that aim to improve the current state of knowledge about the condition. This research is likely to lead to an increased range of treatment options. Finding out more with the aim to improve the current state of knowledge about the condition. This research is likely to lead to an increased range of treatment options. Find out more about Parkinson’s research.