13th May 2021

Constipation in Parkinson’s

13th May 2021

Diet and Parkinson’s

13th May 2021

Neuroprotective benefits of exercise

Exercise for people with living with Parkinson’s exercise is not only healthy – it is vital for maintaining balance, mobility, and daily living activities. There is also a potential neuroprotective […]
13th May 2021

Wellness Wednesday’s

Wellness Wednesday’s videos are hosted by Parkinson’s NSW and feature Exercise Physiologist Alyson Blanks and other Parkinson’s health professionals. Topics include short and easy exercises you can do anywhere, nutritional advice, […]
13th May 2021

Parkinson’s Nurses in Action – Brian

Parkinson’s Specialist Nurses are highly trained and experienced nurses based in communities of need. They are dedicated to supporting local people living with Parkinson’s. These Nurses are funded 50/50 by […]
13th May 2021

Parkinson’s Community Heroes

Parkinson’s NSW this year launched the Parkinson’s Community Heroes program to  both commemorate Parkinson’s Awareness Month and provide opportunities for Support Groups to recognise their local supporters – while also raising their […]
13th May 2021

Bradykinesia

Bradykinesia implies slow movement and reduced size of movement rather than a drawn out starting of movement. It can affect one limb, or one side or your whole body and […]
13th May 2021

Antioxidants may lower risk of Parkinson’s

By Diana Campelo Delgado, PhD A diet rich in antioxidants like vitamin C and E may lower a person’s risk of developing Parkinson’s, a large long-term study suggests. Titled Dietary antioxidants […]
13th May 2021

Bob McDonald Bega Valley Support Group

AFTER 12.5 YEARS AS LEADER, BOB MCDONALD STEPS DOWN FROM LEADING BEGA VALLEY SUPPORT GROUP Growing up in the Mallee country of South Australia as one of eight children gave […]