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World Parkinson's Day

11th April 2019


MSWA proudly supports people living with Parkinson's Disease

World Parkinson’s Day is Thursday, 11 April 2019 and MSWA is proudly committed to raising awareness of the condition and uniting Western Australians who have been touched by Parkinson’s.

Today, and every day, MSWA is proud to support people living with Parkinson’s Disease. If you or someone you know is living with Parkinson’s, we may be able to help.

To help you or a family member manage the condition, MSWA offer a full range of services and support including nursing, physiotherapy, counselling, occupational therapy, welfare assistance and more. We have MSWA locations right across Western Australia including metropolitan Perth, Rockingham, Bunbury, Busselton and Albany.

Our team of health professionals have years of experience and our NDIS experts can provide NDIS participants with personalised services to suit their individual needs. To find out more about how we can help have a look at Our Service Menu.

Are you eligible for the NDIS, or do you need help with your eligibility application and/or planning? We can help you, simply contact our NDIS team.

Or if you would simply like to have a chat with one of our team, contact us today!


Here is how you can show your support this World Parkinson's Day:


EVENT

Join us for a yoga class with Mel Howard from Twisting Peacock and Jerome Kavanagh, Grammy Award winning Maori instrument specialist.

Date: Thursday, 11 April 2019

Time: 9.45am to 11.15am

Location: Mount Eliza House - Fraser Avenue, Kings Park

Tickets: $20/person (limited places) - All funds raised will go directly to MSWA to provide support and services for Western Australians living with Parkinson's Disease.

Book here: http://bit.ly/MSWA-Yoga-for-Parkinsons


DONATE

Can't make it to our yoga event? Donate $5 via SMS. Send the word 'WELLNESS' to 199 88 202 and a tax deductible $5 will come off your next phone bill.

You can text the word multiple times, up to a limit of $200. Click here to see the full T&Cs.

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