Demand for services keeps growing

Parkinson’s nurse research scores goals
26th May 2020

Demand for services keeps growing

Demand for services keeps growing

The annual Parkinson’s NSW Unity Walk in the Park attracted more than 1,300 walkers and volunteers across NSW on 26 August.

Thanks to their combined efforts it was once again a successful fundraising event.

Although the Walk is over, demand for the services of Parkinson’s NSW is ongoing and growing.



We receive less than 10 per cent of our funding from Government grants. Ongoing donations are essential for maintaining and growing life-enhancing services for people living with Parkinson’s.

Our resources already include a social worker, exercise physiologist, counsellors, registered nurses with Parkinson’s expertise, and experts in education for people living with Parkinson’s – as well as their primary and allied health providers. 

Soon we will add a speech pathologist, physiotherapist and occupational therapist, as well as additional neurological nurses in regional areas. You can help.

Please consider a donation today to support ongoing essential services for people with Parkinson’s. Your gift of any size would make a real difference.