6th Annual Parkinson Golf Classic Presented by Rembrandt Homes
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Spring 2015 Regional Parkinson’s Conference Centre
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario
4500 Blakie Road, Unit 117
Parkinson SuperWalk Website is Live! - Don’t forget to register early for your chance to win in our Early Bird draw. Anyone who registers and raises $100 online by May 31, 2015 will automatically be entered for a chance to win a $500 Roots gift card! Go to parkinsonsuperwalk.ca to register or for more information.
Canada Cares Caregiver Awards - The search is on for exceptional caregivers across Canada. Canadians are being asked to nominate a family or professional caregiver for a unique caregiver award and explain what the caregiver would do with $10,000. Click here for more information.
Research Study - Dr. Penny MacDonald with The Brain and Mind Institute at Western University is currently seeking individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's as well as other volunteers to participate in a research study on training of attention, memory and thinking. Click here to find out more.
Caregivers - Tell us what information and topics are important and interesting to you so that we can develop targeted resources to make your job easier. Click here to find out more.
Make your donations stretch - Invite your Member of Parliament to help Canadians give more throughout their lifetime to shape their communities! Tell them it’s time to Stretch! Click here to find out more.
Celebrate Year of the Brain in 2015 - Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario has joined a host of other organizations across Southwestern Ontario to raise awareness of the brain during 2015. To find out more or to attend an event, Click here.
London Lightning - At the December 18, 2014 game the winning 50/50 ticket number was announced but not claimed. If you think you have the winning number, please call 519-652-9437.
New Canadian Study on Parkinson's Disease - The National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions has been completed. Click here to learn more and to read the report yourself.
Were you unable to participate in a conference or webinar? Good news - we have material from past conferences and webinars. To find out more, click here.
The Canadian Guidelines on Parkinson’s Disease is a publication that was issued for the first time in Canada with the aim of creating a consistent standard for diagnosing and treating Parkinson's. These guidelines were designed for a broad range of health professionals to ensure they have a detailed understanding of Parkinson’s, and will enable all practitioners to work effectively to improve the course of their treatment for patients and clients. For more information and to view the guidelines, click here.