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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.

Find out more about what we do...

Latest Information

Oct. 28, 2020
$150,000 State Government donation boosts fundraising total
The final day of the 27forParkinson's fundraising and community connection campaign was marked with the welcome boost of a $150,000 State Government donation. Read more…

Oct. 16, 2020
Get Online Week 19 - 25 October
In response to the needs of our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Parkinson's Victoria has got involved with Get on Line Week. Read more…

Sep. 24, 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Parkinson’s Victoria is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation as it develops in Victoria: UPDATED 24 September 2020. Read more…

Sep. 18, 2020
Join our online Living Well conversations
Arming yourself with the right tools and knowledge to manage your symptoms is key to living well with Parkinson’s. Read more…

Sep. 03, 2020
Register now to walk 27forParkinson's in October! 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

Click here for information on coronavirus (COVID-19)

Support for You

Upcoming Events

09 Dec

Living Well - Top 10 questions
Online session via Zoom

14 Dec

Recently Diagnosed Seminar - December
Online session via Zoom

16 Dec

Living Well - managing the Festive Season
Online session via Zoom

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Sharing Experiences

Sharing Experiences

“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.

Read Peter's story