Saskatchewan Ambassadors Needed! Help move Parkinson’s issues forward in the 2015 election & beyond! - More >>
A sad farewell from Executive Director, Travis Low. - More >>
We are actively looking to fill the Executive Director position with PSS. Are you someone who is passionate about leadership and taking an organization to the next level? Learn more about this opportunity by clicking here.
The September 2014 Neurology lecture was by Dr. Holly Shill, called “Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease: What research has taught us”. To watch this lecture, click here.
Scientists seek greater understanding of complex disease with Parkinson Society Canada funding - More >>
Canadian study of neurological conditions provides new vital information on the impact of Parkinson’s disease - More >>
Did you miss the 2014 Parkinson Connections Education Conference? Click here to see the full presentations on PDTV: Parkinson's Video.
The recently launched Live Well with Parkinson's website has a neat tool that helps people with Parkinson's avoid protein-medication interaction.
When you visit your doctor, how often do you focus on the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s, but don’t mention the non-motor symptoms? Now a new tool, A Guide to the Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease, will help you and your doctor identify the symptoms and best treatment plan. The new patient-friendly booklet is based on research funded in part by Parkinson Society Canada. More »
Parkinson Society Canada strives to make an impact on the Canadian Parkinson' Parkinson's research in Canada. More »
Parkinson Society Canada’s medication card is recognized by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) as documentation to be presented to screening officers before they begin the screening process. When the card is presented, screening officers will conduct the screening in a sensitive manner. Contact your Parkinson Society Region for a medication card; or download it here »
Merck Announces Sinemet Patient Assistance Program. A new program from Merck will help pay for the difference between generic and brand drug for consumers. More »