The Eurobodalla Parkinsons Support Group is not currently holding meetings, but we continue to support each other in many different ways. Meetings will resume when we get the all-clear.
We welcome new members. Just let us know how you’d like us to contact you (phone, one-one, Zoom), and we’ll send you an introductory information pack.
Welcome to the Eurobodalla Parkinson’s Support Group Website
The information provided here is a helpful guide and an open invitation for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their carers to join our vibrant support group meetings and activities.
The support group meets fortnightly on a Monday at 10.00am for 10:30am start. Our meetings are usually short, informal and informative and include helpful tips and support for people with Parkinson’s (PWP).
Allied Health Professionals are invited to speak on subjects relative to our needs at meetings throughout the year.
Please go to “Our Group” and “Meetings” to find the date of our next meeting.
Venue: Moruya Golf Club, Cnr Evans & Page Streets, Moruya.
Guest speakers will be advised at a later date.
Social activities are interspersed throughout the year and a Calendar of Events is made available for members of the group.
Carers’ Meetings are also held once every four weeks in conjunction with the Support Group Meetings. This group is run by the Carers’, is very informal and is aimed at having a chat away from our PWPs. Our next meeting is listed in the “Our Group” and “Meetings” page.
The Eurobodalla Parkinson’s Support Group (EPSG) is a self-help support group for people with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers, families, friends and other interested people who mostly live in the Eurobodalla Shire. The Shire includes amongst others the towns of Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma on the South Coast of New South Wales. There are approximately 80,000 people in Australia living with Parkinson’s, and quite a few of these live in the Eurobodalla Shire. Whether you have been living with Parkinson’s for a while or are newly diagnosed, sharing your questions and feelings about Parkinson’s and learning from others who know exactly what you are talking about really does help. You can also learn more from the books and videos in our comprehensive library. Guest speakers keep us up-to-date with the latest research, medication, dietary issues, care facilities and much more.