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The next Ocean Grove Parkinson’s community seminar promises to be one of it best.
The seminar will feature a presentation from acclaimed nurse Victor McConvey, who is currently employed as the clinical nurse consultant at Parkinson’s Victoria. In this role he works across the state educating health care professionals about Parkinsons and working with consumers and groups on managing symptoms and improving self management.
Have you been diagnosed with Parkinson’s in the last five years and would like to learn more about symptom management strategies and what support services are available?
Want to know what questions are frequently asked and those that are not so frequently asked, but people would love to know the answers too?
This unique event is an opportunity to learn more about living with Parkinson’s from experts, have your questions answered and meet others facing the same day-to-day challenges. Family and friends are also welcome to attend.
The seminar is on Thursday 11 May at Church of Christ Hall, Tareeda Way, Ocean Grove from 1.30pm to 4pm.
This event is free. Register your attendance for catering purposes via www.trybooking.com/276789

Schedule:
1.30pm to 2pm, arrival and registration
2pm to 3pm, introduction to Parkinson’s – Victor McConvey
3pm to 3.30pm, afternoon tea
3.30pm to 4pm, The Local Group – Pam Healy

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