Join us on August 19th at 10am as QUT will be updating us on their research into photoreceptor-directed light therapy in Parkinson’s disease.
Learn how QUT is working to determine the effect of a daily, short duration (30 min) artificial light exposure on sleep and movement in people with Parkinson’s disease.
In the long term, the researchers hope that their research will provide better treatment options of sleep disruption and consequently movement in all people with Parkinson’s disease.
Tune in for this informative webinar to find out more about what’s involved and determine if you would like to express your interest in participating.
SafeMate is a revolutionary device which provides instant access to your essential health details with the scan of your very own personal QR code.
Working with Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are trained to look for SafeMate. You can rest assured knowing that if you or someone you love are having trouble communicating important information, such as medical details or a next of kin’s contact number in an emergency, SafeMate is here to help!
In partnership with Parkinson’s Queensland, SafeMate is offering members 10% off plus an extra three months free! (*3 months free applied automatically after 12 month’s subscription has been paid).
To subscribe now and receive this exclusive offer follow the link below: https://getsafemate.com/ (click on the Parkinson’s QLD tab)
Join us on August 12th at 10am as Dr Stephen Wood from Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD) will be updating us on Parkinson’s disease research.
Dr Stephen Wood is a cell and molecular biologist who has studied neurodevelopment and neurodegeneration using stem cell models. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Queensland and his PhD at Sydney University. Postdoctoral training was undertaken at the Max-Planck Institute in Freiburg, Germany and at UQ. He has subsequently held independent positions at the University of Adelaide and Griffith University.
Are you feeling confused as to what you can and can’t do, and where you can and can’t go? Restrictions across Australia seem to be changing by the day.
Healthdirect Australia have created this brilliant tool to check restrictions in Queensland and other states and territories – whether it be related to attending events, shopping, eating out or visiting friends.
It is updated multiple times a day so you can rely on this as a one stop shop for checking what you can and can’t do across Australia. To use the Restriction Checker, visit the link below.
Become an Entertainment Member and access discounts on dining, shopping and travel. 20% of every Entertainment Membership goes directly to help people affected by Parkinson’s disease in Queensland. Get more of what you love and give back to our cause.
Our members now have access to direct one on one peer support, providing assistance to Queenslanders impacted by Parkinson’s disease, whether you are a person living with the disease or a carer. With our Telephone Peer Support Program you can access support to navigate the challenges and uncertainty of your Parkinson’s journey.
As part of the Federal government roll out of the national COVID-19 vaccination programme, we have been notified that people with Parkinson’s are included in Phase 1b. This phase will commence nationally from 22 March 2021. The COVID-19 vaccine in not a live vaccine therefore there should be no concerns about interactions with Parkinson’s related medications.
For further details please visit Department of Health website by clicking below or telephone 1800 020 080 to assess your eligibility.