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Singing

St Simon's Anglican Church Georgina Cres,, Kaleen

The Bushlarks singing group is fun, social and creative as well as therapeutic.  Alive with the energy of its director Chrissie Shaw, this group has firmly established itself in PACT's calendar since its introduction in April 2019.  See here for more information about the Bushlarks and why singing is important. The Bushlarks meet on Mondays […]

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Painting with Parkinsons – Southside

LDK Greenway Views 260 Soward Way, Greenway

*** Places available*** This innovative art therapy program is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s and has been running continuously at the Botanic Gardens since 1994 and is now offered Southside.  There is no requirement to be proficient in art and rather than being taught or directed, the unique methodology supports participants to become […]

Session 7: Your own wellbeing and the impact of caregiving on your various roles and occupations

LDK Greenway Views 260 Soward Way, Greenway

As part of the WellBEING Seminar series for carers and support persons, Parkinson’s ACT OT is facilitating an information session on: Your own wellbeing and the impact of caregiving on your various roles and occupations An informal, hands-on workshop with guided discussion to explore the various roles and occupations you do that make you a […]

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Carers Coffee

Yarralumla Gallery and The Oaks Brasserie Cottage Weston Park Rd, Yarralumla

The Carers Coffee group meets in person at the location below. For more information contact Jenny Scott on 0434 961 905 (phone and text SMS but no voicemail) or by email at carerscoffeegroup@parkinsonsact.org.au. All carers welcome! (Image Credit: Yarralumla Gallery and Oaks Brasserie)

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Painting with Parkinsons – Botanic Gardens

Australian National Botanic Gardens Clunies Ross St, Acton

*** Places available*** This innovative art therapy program is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson's and has been running continuously at the Botanic Gardens since 1994.  There is no […]

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Singing

St Simon's Anglican Church Georgina Cres,, Kaleen

The Bushlarks singing group is fun, social and creative as well as therapeutic.  Alive with the energy of its director Chrissie Shaw, this group has firmly established itself in PACT's […]

Recurring

Painting with Parkinsons – Southside

LDK Greenway Views 260 Soward Way, Greenway

*** Places available*** This innovative art therapy program is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s and has been running continuously at the Botanic Gardens since 1994 and is now […]

Recurring

Guys and Games Gathering

Manuka Tennis Club Flinders Way, Griffith

This is a group for men with Parkinson's. It's based on the idea of meeting in a casual and relaxed setting where recreational games form a backdrop to simply chatting. […]

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Painting with Parkinsons – Botanic Gardens

Australian National Botanic Gardens Clunies Ross St, Acton

*** Places available*** This innovative art therapy program is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson's and has been running continuously at the Botanic Gardens since 1994.  There is no […]

Recurring

Singing

St Simon's Anglican Church Georgina Cres,, Kaleen

The Bushlarks singing group is fun, social and creative as well as therapeutic.  Alive with the energy of its director Chrissie Shaw, this group has firmly established itself in PACT's […]

Recurring

Men Who Care

Sprout Cafe Village Centre, National Arboretum, Forest Dr, Molonglo Valley

For more information email Michael Robbins

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Painting with Parkinsons – Southside

LDK Greenway Views 260 Soward Way, Greenway

*** Places available*** This innovative art therapy program is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s and has been running continuously at the Botanic Gardens since 1994 and is now […]

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