Regional Conference, Victoria
Parkinson's disease is a unique and complex condition. To assist in expanding your knowledge of the disease, on March 2nd, Parkinson Society British Columbia will host an afternoon of learning in Victoria.
Our regional conferences are immersive and interactive opportunities for people affected by the disease to learn from leading experts while connecting with the Parkinson's community.
Topics covered at this conference will include:
- Frequently Asked Questions: Dr. Tara Rastin, Movement Disorder Specialist from the Pacific Parkinson's Research Centre
- Speech and Technology: Susan Edwards, Registered Speech-Language Pathologist
- Research Updates at Pacific Parkinson's Research Centre: Emma Kiss, Research Assistant and Michelle Doo, Research Coordinator
||Saturday, March 2, 2019
||1:00pm – 4:30pm (registration begins at 12:30pm)
||Sandman Hotel | 2852 Douglas Street, Victoria [map]
To ensure the best learning experience, a minimum of 50 participants will be required 7 days prior to the event date. Please be advised that if these numbers are not met, we will be unable to proceed with the conference and all registrants will receive a full refund.
||PSBC Member $15 | PSBC Members (Couple/Pair) $25
PSBC Non-Member $25 | PSBC Non-Members (Couple/Pair) $45
Parkinson Society endeavors to make attendance at educational events accessible to all who may benefit. The Society may be able to subsidize attendance fees for those who require financial assistance. Please contact us for more details.
This event has now reached capacity. If you would like to join the wait list, please click the button below and complete the form. A PSBC staff member will be in touch if a space becomes available.