Parkinson’s Victoria raises awareness and funds for services and research to improve the quality of life for 27,000 people living with Parkinson’s in Victoria. Every day through our multi-disciplinary health team we provide information, education, advice and peer support services to improve the quality of life of the Parkinson’s community.
Jun. 27, 2016
A Walk in the Park extends into regional Victoria
Join A Walk in the Park events in Bendigo, Mildura and Warrnambool and be part of the largest community event dedicated to people living with Parkinson's. Read more…
Jun. 08, 2016
Seeking a Marketing and Communications Manager
Parkinson’s Victoria is seeking a dynamic and results driven Marketing and Communications Manager to join our small energetic team and increase Parkinson's awareness and brand recognition. As the Marketing and Communications Manager, you will be working closely with the Executive Manager, Marketing and Development and the Health Team to: develop… Read more…
Jun. 08, 2016
We’re recruiting! Events Co-ordinator position available
Parkinson’s Victoria is seeking a motivated and highly organised Events Co-ordinator to join our small energetic team. In this part time role (30 hours per week) you will design and implement events that further Parkinson’s Victoria’s community engagement needs. As the Events Co-ordinator, you will be working closely with the… Read more…
May. 30, 2016
The Black Tulip Magnolia
Parkinson’s Victoria has partnered with Practical Horticulture to offer the exquisite Black Tulip Magnolia and at the same time support Parkinson’s research. Read more…
Being diagnosed with Parkinson's is a personal experience but no one has to face Parkinson's alone. Support and information can make a significant and positive difference to the lives of those living with Parkinson's, their families and carers.
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“It's a quality of life issue rather than a health issue. It's about being able to spend quality time with my five grandsons."
Every person's DBS journey is unique. This is Peter's.
What causes Parkinson’s?
Kenneth Myer Building, Melbourne Brain Centre, 30 Royal Pde, Parkville
A Walk in the Park 2016
Federation Square, Melbourne