Did you miss Dr. Rodger Elble’s presentation on Parkinson’s disease, effective treatments and promising research? . Click here to see the full presentation.

The recently launched Live Well with Parkinson's website has a neat tool that helps people with Parkinson's avoid protein-medication interaction.

Parkinson Society Saskatchewan is pleased to acknowledge the five individuals from our region to have received the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal award: Shakeel Akhtar, Randy Dittmar, Floyd Manz, Else Manz (posthumous) and Linda Jean Remmer.

Local hero Isabel Ward was honoured with a national volunteer award for her outstanding contributions and extraordinary leadership in the fight against Parkinson’s. More >>

Young Canadian Cory Welsh cycling across Canada to honour his father living with Parkinson’s. More »

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 »

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