29 March 2023

As part of our Successful Ageing Seminar series, we invite you to attend this free seminar to hear from leading health researchers on the latest developments in diagnosing and caring for people living with Parkinson’s disease.

Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological disease affecting around 220,000 people in Australia. It is most common in people aged over 60. While every person will experience it differently, common symptoms include tremor, muscle stiffness, slowness of movement, fatigue, sleep disturbance and depression.

There are several possible causes and different ways to manage Parkinson’s. Our experts will shed light on the latest tools being used to diagnose, and the best practice for managing Parkinson’s disease.

Guest speakers:

Associate Professor Gabrielle Todd
Associate Professor of Neuroscience
UniSA Clinical & Health Sciences

Dr Sue Sharrad
Senior Lecturer in Nursing
UniSA Clinical & Health Sciences