Nepean Blue Mountains Parkinson's Support Group

Monthly Meetings

 Meeting is on the 3rd Thursday of each month

Next Meeting Penrith RSL 21th November 2019

Time: 10am to 12pm 

GUEST SPEAKER FOR THIS MEETING

Felicity from Carers NSW

 OCTOBER MEETING

The October meeting welcomed Dr Hugo Morales, PD researcher extraordinaire, from Westmead Hospital. Thanks goes to Terry and Jan for extending the invitation to Dr Morales to attend our Group, and for Emma (westmead clinic) for facilitating his visit. Hugo gave a presentation on "Parkinson's Disease and the gut", and it was very informative and simple to understand. Hugo also offered to visit us again in the future to discuss the latest in PD research. Many thanks DR Morales.

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OUR MONTHLY CALENDAR

 

First Wednesday of the month

is CARERS Morning Tea, at Maze Cafe in the RSL. 10.30 am.

(This is for carers only, however, bring your loved one along, and they can have a get-together with other loved ones)

 

Second and fourth Tuesday of the month

is planned to be for "Penrith Parkin-singers", a spin-off from the 'Parkinsong"program. Venue TBA,  time 5.30pm for 1 hour. Cost - gold coin. Watch this space.

 

Third Thursday of the month

is our Monthly Support Group Meeting at Penrith RSL at 10am.

 

Every Saturday

"Dance for Parkinsons"meets at the Penrith Senior Citizens Hall, Station St, Penrith, at 1.30 for 1 hour. Every Saturday the "Ëverybody Dance Now"dance class meets at the Wentworth Falls Dance Hall at 10.30 for 1 hour.

(If you are coming to the dance class for the first time, please call Viv on 0404836921)

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

Christmas Lunch, is on Tuesday 10th December. We are meeting at the Maze Cafe at Penrith RSL Club at 12 noon.  Lunch will be paid for by the morning tea kitty, there is a good selection of "lunch specials" to choose from. (you can of course select a more expensive option, but you will need to make up the difference). RSVP to Viv 0404836921

 

PICNIC IN TH PARK 2019

Australian Parkinson's Research Receives $30 Million in Federal Government Funding

See Media Release Page For Information

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