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Welcome to Parkinson’s Victoria

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.

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Latest Information

Mar. 08, 2018
Parkinson’s Victoria reaps the rewards of Ritchies’ Community Benefit Card Program
And you can help raise funds too! Read more…

Mar. 01, 2018
Put on a Party for Parkinson’s in April
It’s the month that puts the FUN in FUNdraising Read more…

Feb. 27, 2018
InSearch Lecture Series for 2018 Announced
Parkinson’s Victoria and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health are again proud to feature pre-eminent Australian researchers in this year’s lecture series to help you gain insights into current studies for more effective treatments for Parkinson’s. Read more…

Feb. 22, 2018
Peer Support Group Leader Profile: Christine Anderson
Christine Anderson has proven to be one of regional Victoria’s real inspirations through her work as the leader of Kyabram Peer Support Group. Read more…

Feb. 06, 2018
YOGA: Alignment of mind, body and spirit
Yoga involves a set of postures and controlled breathing to help attain good physical and mental health. Many studies have proven that these exercises help achieve good health. Read more…

Get Support and Information

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.

If you need to talk to someone, call our free confidential information line on:

1800 644 189

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“Having Parkinson’s is our new ‘normal’. While my symptoms have changed over time, we make adjustments and keep moving on with life.”

Read Terry's Story

Upcoming Events

11 Apr

InSearch Parkinson’s Research Series - Melbourne
Melbourne Brain Centre Kenneth Myer Building 30 Royal Parade, Parkville (opposite Royal Melbourne Hospital)

19 Apr

InSearch Parkinson’s Research Series - Mildura
Mildura Golf Resort 287 Twelfth Street Mildura