Thank you for being one of our heroes and supporting the 2018 Walk in the Park for Parkinson's WA.

This event brings together the community from all walks of life - people living with Parkinson's, their families, carers, friends, supporters, health professionals and the wider community.

Participants put their best foot forward in a 2km or 5km non-competitive walk around picturesque Perry Lakes Reserve in Floreat.  The course is mobility-friendly, and the family pooch is welcome too.

Join us on Sunday 16 September for a picnic, live music and dancing, kids activities and a traditional sausage sizzle.

Gates open at 9.30 - Walk begins at 11am. 

Your participation will support our vision for a nation without Parkinson's. Thank you for joining us.

To make fundraising for us even easier, we've partnered with Everyday Hero to give you the ability to create your own online fundraising page. In just minutes you can build and customise your page, then start sharing the link with your friends, family and colleagues and asking them to make a donation. Every donation is then recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors. So what are you waiting for? Create your own online fundraising page today!

NEW- Fundraising Incentive Prize!

Fundraise over $50 as an individual and receive a new A Walk in the Park T-shirt! Collect your t-shirt on the day. Maximum one t-shirt per person. Limited sizes and stock available. 

Individuals who are part of a team/ group still need to raise $50 as an individual to receive a t-shirt. 

Parkinson's Western Australia Inc

Incorporated in 1984, Parkinson's Western Australia Inc. is a small not for profit organisation with the task of providing care and services to nearly 20,000 people living with or affected by Parkinson's in Western Australia.

Our vision is for a nation without Parkinson's.

Our mission is to encourage, develop and implement programs for the cure, treatment and care of people with Parkinson's.

At present there is no cure and as most people live for many years with this progressive condition, the primary focus of treatment is on the control and management of symptoms and reduction in complications associated with Parkinson's.

The Parkinson's WA's Nurse Specialist Service provides education, support, assessment and ongoing monitoring of people living with the condition. The Service covers the metropolitan and some regional areas in Western Australia.

There are 22 active Parkinson's Support Groups in the State. We also offer our community, access to regular weekly dance, tai chi, yoga and singing classes.

In addition to conducting seminars and funding research,Parkinson's WA provides an educational role to medical and allied health professionals with the aim of ensuring informed care.

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