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Join us on July 20th at 11am as Amy Jones, Movement Disorders Clinical Nurse at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, shares details about Duodopa.
Join us on July 13th at 11am as Amy Jones, Movement Disorders Clinical Nurse at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, shares details about Apomorphine.
The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021 has been introduced into Parliament. The Bill is part of a long and considered process to weigh up whether Queenslanders who are dying should have a choice over the time and circumstances of their death.
We encourage you to view the Bill and let us know your thoughts so that we can include your comments in our submission.
All funds raised will go towards providing educational seminars/ webinars to inform people impacted by Parkinson’s on a range of related topics designed to improve outcomes and wellbeing.
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.
Join us on July 8th at 10am as Professor and Physiotherapist Sandy Brauer presents the current evidence for exercise as a method of maintaining and improving physical activity and improving movement function for people living with Parkinson’s disease.
Join us on June 24th at 10am as Occupational Therapist and PhD Candidate Sarah Davies shares details about an exciting new Parkinson’s research project evaluating a new approach to improving daily living for people impacted by Parkinson’s disease.
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.