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Winner of Pitch in for Parkinson’s Lottery #2

Winner of Pitch in for Parkinson’s Lottery #2 The second Pitch in for Parkinson's Lottery has been won by Mr B of Macquarie Fields. He had […]

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The Parkinson’s Voice Project takes off

The Parkinson’s Voice Project takes off Bonnie Nilsson and Sally Ireland make a great team. Bonnie is a Music Therapist and Sally is a Speech Therapist […]

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7 walking strategies for people living with Parkinson’s

7 walking strategies for people living with Parkinson’s Various strategies can help people living with Parkinson's who have difficulty walking, but a new study finds that […]

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Returning to exercise after lockdown

Returning to exercise after lockdown After months of lockdown with fitness centres and recreation programs being closed, we’ve all struggled to keep up our exercise and […]

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Adjusting to life after the pandemic 

Adjusting to life after the pandemic As the NSW Government has started to navigate its roadmap to post COVID-19 recovery, it is time to start thinking […]

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Is Parkinson’s hereditary?

Is Parkinson’s hereditary? Dr Patrick Lewis, a biochemist at the University of London, discusses the “huge challenge” in trying to understand the role of genetics in […]

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Meet two new team members

Meet two new team members Tamie Harvie has joined Parkinson’s NSW as the new Parkinson’s Specialist Nurse for the Shoalhaven region. She succeeds Nina Digiglio in […]

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Laser Light Therapy

Australian company achieves promising results with laser therapy Australian medical technology company SYMBYX has completed its first human trial of the use of laser light therapy […]

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Taxi Transport Subsidy Scheme

New smartcard for easier taxi trips The Taxi Transport Subsidy Scheme (TTSS) is replacing paper travel dockets with smartcards. The credit card sized smartcard is easier […]

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Carer de-stressing exercises

Carer de-stressing exercises Whether caring begins gradually or happens suddenly, most carers will need to develop new knowledge and skills.  One of the most experienced effects […]

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Voice Project Takes Off

The Parkinson’s Voice Project takes off Bonnie Nilsson and Sally Ireland make a great team. Bonnie is a Music Therapist and Sally is a Speech Therapist […]

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Carers Tips – Physical Assistance

Carers Tips - Physical Assistance Looking after yourself physically as a carer is as important as caring for the person with Parkinson’s.  A carer who is […]

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