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Parkinson Society British Columbia is the voice of British Columbians living with Parkinson's.  Our purpose is to ease the burden and find a cure for Parkinson's disease through advocacy, education, research and support services.

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600 - 890 W. Pender Street Vancouver, BC  V6C 1J9
Tel: 604.662.3240
Toll Free: 1.800.668.3330
Fax: 604.687.1327
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Parkinson Society British Columbia is here to help people with Parkinson's and the people who care about them by providing support services including information and resources, education and consultation.

Dan McGuire

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Father, grandfather, cyclist and inspiration. Read about Dan McGuire's journey with Parkinsonís.

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Exercise can help Parkinson's symptoms and improve well-being; that's why we're asking everyone to make an exercise commitment until the end of April.

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In 2015 we're offering more events that ever before. Take a look at our calendar to find out when we'll be in your area.

Latest News
Download: Spring Viewpoints - a quarterly newsletter for the Parkinson's community of BC.

Cariboo Region Support Group: New Support Group in 100 Mile House - for people with Parkinson's and caregivers.

Deadline Approaching!: Your action needed in the national class action lawsuit against Mirapex.

New: Seniors Advocate Report 2014: Ensuring care and support for seniors in BC.

Watch: PSBC's Parkinson SuperWalk commercial.

Depression and Anxiety: A new resource to help people understand and cope with depression and anxiety.

Parkinson's and Dementia: A new help sheet that provides an overview of Parkinson's-related dementia.

Levodopa, Protein and Medication: A new help sheet to explain medication absorption concerns.

Dementia and Communication: A new help sheet providing communication tips.

Living Alone with Parkinson's: An informative help sheet for people with PD who live alone.
 
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