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Welcome to Fight Parkinson’s

Fight Parkinson’s (formerly known as Parkinson’s Victoria) is a leading source of specialised health information, advice, and services. Through research, education, and support, we strive to improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s or Atypical Parkinson’s (PSP, MSA and CBS).

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Latest information


Jul. 19, 2024
Research call-out: Gym-based strength training for people with early onset Parkinson’s
La Trobe University’s Academic and Research Collaborative in Health is conducting a research project to assess the feasibility of gym-based strength training based on modified powerlifting for people with early onset Parkinson’s disease. Read more…

Jul. 08, 2024
Research call-out: Neuropsychological Assessment in Parkinson’s Disease
Researchers at University of Queensland’s Centre for Clinical Research are working to improve neuropsychological assessments for earlier and more effective diagnosis of dementia in Parkinson’s disease. Read more…

Jun. 17, 2024
Federal Government awards $800,000 to fund a National Parkinson’s Action Plan
The National Parkinson’s Alliance welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement of $800,000 in funding over two years to develop and implement Australia’s first National Parkinson's Action Plan. Read more…

Jun. 03, 2024
Three New Online Courses added to Fight Parkinson’s Community Learning Hub
We are thrilled to announce the launch of three new online courses on the Fight Parkinson’s Community Learning Hub, generously supported by the John and Mary McAlister Howden Charitable Trust. Read more…

Jun. 03, 2024
Welcome to the Community Learning Hub!
New to the Community Learning Hub? Sign Up → On sign up, when asked for an access code, use: Welcome Already signed up? Log in → About the Community Learning Hub Fight Parkinson's Community Learning Hub hosts online, on-demand courses free for the Parkinson's community.  These are the courses freely… Read more…

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Being diagnosed with Parkinson's is a personal experience but no one has to face Parkinson's alone. Support and information can make a significant and positive difference to the lives of those living with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

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Upcoming events

24 Jul

Ask the Expert: Deep Brain Stimulation with Dr Wesley Thevathasan
Online Session via Teams


26 Jul

Online Singing
Online Session via Zoom


08 Aug

Recently Diagnosed Seminar
Online Session via Teams


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Sharing experiences

Sharing experiences

“Parkinson’s has taught me to not put things off, value the important things in my life and enjoy each day as it comes.”

Paula, on the journey since 2008

Read Paula's story →