Give the gift that helps people living with Parkinson's this Christmas

How it works

Choose a gift

Choose from our range of Parkinson's NSW services to send as a gift.


Write a Christmas message to a loved one to be included with the digital card.

Lend a hand

By sending a digital card you will be lending a hand to people living with Parkinson's.

Parkinson's Specialist Nurses

Community-based Parkinson's Specialist Nurses – many in regional and rural areas – provide support, advice, and connection with services for people living with Parkinson's.

Parkinson's Support Groups

Parkinson’s Support Groups are an informal gathering of people who share similar experiences, situations or issues. There are more than 70 Parkinson’s support groups throughout metropolitan and regional NSW.

Parkinson's HealthLine

The Parkinson's HealthLine is the gateway to evidence-based information, advice and connection with services provided by Parkinson's Registered Nurses.

Newly Diagnosed Education

Many questions and mixed feelings are generated by a diagnosis of Parkinson's. Targeted education seminars help to remove fear and doubt and offer a way forward.

Education for Health Professionals

Parkinson's is a complex disease and it requires specialist knowledge to diagnose and treat. Ongoing education for Primary and Allied Health providers and Aged Care support workers is essential.

Counselling Sessions

People living with Parkinson’s, can access the services of two Parkinson’s NSW Counsellors. This service is provided at no cost to the user.

Parkinson's NSW impact

Last financial year the following services were provided to people living with Parkinson's.
HealthLine Calls
3,339 Health Line calls were answered.
Parkinson's Nurses
5,564 People supported by Parkinson’s Nurses.
1,096 Individual counselling sessions.