What We Do: We provide knowledge and exercises as well as a “sounding board” for PD sufferers and their families.

Important to Know: We are a friendly, supportive group of individuals who share our own stories from month to month. Also, we pass along news which comes out from the Parkinson’s B.C. office.

When Do We Meet?: First Tuesday of each month, 1:00 p.m. (with 3 exceptions)

What Is the Cost?: $1 for coffee

Who Can Join?: Century House members and others; if you are a person with Parkinson’s or a caregiver interested in sharing ideas, coping strategies, information and resources, you are warmly welcomed to this support group.

On Sept. 7, 2019 the group did a Parkinson’s Super Walk at the Royal City Mall.  Photos below include MP Peter Julian and walk organizer Shirley Oda (yellow shirt).  Click one picture to expand it; then you can scroll through them.   Thanks to Betty Young for the pictures.

Last Reviewed on 2019-09-08

1 thought on “Parkinson’s Support Group”

  1. Anita J. Lefebvre

    Good Morning,

    My husband has just been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and I was informed out the support group at Century House. Unfortunately he does have a Dr.’s appointment tomorrow at 12:30 so we won’t be-able to make this meeting but we are interested in future meetings.

    We are not a member of Century House, would we require to become members before joining you. If we do it is not a problem.

    Thank You,
    Anita Lefebvre

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