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Parkinson Society British Columbia exists to address the personal and social consequences of Parkinson's disease through advocacy, education, community outreach, scientific research and public awareness.
 
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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.

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SuperWalk 20114

Everyday Heroes.
Extraordinary Hope.

Young Onset Seminar

Upcoming Education
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Travel, golf, ski passes, food, wine and more!

We've partnered with Able Auctions to bring you an online auction. Bid on thousands of dollars in Whistler accommodations, spa gift certificates and more!

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No Cape? No Problem!

Register for Parkinson SuperWalk and be an everyday hero to Canadians with Parkinson's.

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Young Onset Conference
This is a special education event for people with young onset Parkinson's (59 years and younger)

Latest News
Alert!: TEVA recalls Parkinsonís medication in the United States.

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

Walking for Dad: A heartwarming Parkinson SuperWalk story.

Help us serve you better! Take a moment to complete our online survey.

Watch: PSBC's Parkinson SuperWalk commercial.

Dan's Journey: Support PD Champion, Dan, as he cycles across Canada for Parkinson's.

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.
 
Parkinson Society of British Columbia