Five Dock Parkinson’s Information Seminar

03-12-19 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Canada Bay Club
Address: 4 William St, Five Dock NSW 2046, Australia

Parkinson’s NSW is committed to keeping you informed and as such offer the Parkinson’s Information Seminar roadshow throughout New South Wales.

The information seminars are suitable for people affected by Parkinson’s, their families and carers, medical professionals, care workers and anyone wanting more information about PD.

The information seminar series provides updates and discussions from local neurologists, exercise physiologists, neurological nurses, exercise groups, GP’s, geriatricians, finance advisors and many more professionals and experts in Parkinson’s.

BOOK YOUR SEAT

You are invited to attend the Parkinson’s NSW Information Seminar to be held on Thursday 3 December 2019

Your guest speakers at the Five Dock seminar are:

  • Dr Michal Lubomski – Neurologist: Treatments and Research Updates
  • Julie Austin – Parkinson’s NSW Nurse: Caring for the Carer
  • Annette Ivanos –  Speech Pathologist: Benefits of Speech Therapy
  • Alyson Blanks – Exercise Physiologist: Benefits of Exercise

Tickets are $30 per person. Tea and coffee, morning tea and a light lunch provided.

Bookings can be made online on Eventbrite or by calling Parkinson’s NSW InfoLine on 1800 644 189

Visit our website for a full list of events and education seminars

https://www.parkinsonsnsw.org.au/events/

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    Bookings essential

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    FAQs

    What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    Parking is available on site and the club has accessible entry. For any other information,please contact Briars Sports Club directly on 02 9743 1907.

    Click HERE for Google Maps and driving directions

    What are the club regulations?

    For full details visit the club website

    What can I bring to the workshop?

    Just bring yourself. Morning tea and all supplies are provided

    What's the refund policy?

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