Parkinson's Resource Centre

Registered Name: Parkinson's Resource Centre

Business Number: 783660525RR0001

The Parkinson's Resource Centre (PRC) has a mission to provide programs, services and resources that focus on the day-to-day quality of life of individuals and families living with Parkinson’s disease. 

People with Parkinson’s disease recognize the benefits of proactive programs relating to fitness, dietary, and social changes, but have difficulty finding Parkinson’s-specific programs in the GTA that educate and challenge them. This is why we started the Parkinson's Resource Centre -- to ensure that an accessible and centralized hub of information and coordinated therapeutic programs exists for those diagnosed with PD. 

Your support is important to us as we move together to fight back against Parkinson's. 

Your donation will go towards core programs focusing on education and support and program delivery to help people live well very day with Parkinson's disease.

Join us in our fight against Parkinson’s!

Donations to the Parkinson's Resource Centre will help fund program development and delivery, coaching and instructor fees, one-on-one assessments, program equipment and materials, cooking classes, and educational resources. 

Every donation counts!  Thank you for moving with us in our fight against Parkinson's.

The Parkinson's Resource Centre is a registered charity (#78366 0525 RR0001). For more information or to make a gift of securities, please contact Mary Neilans, Executive Director, Parkinson's Resource Centre at 

What People Are Saying

"It’s been a challenge since my diagnosis, but in the past few months I have been fortunate enough to personally witness the positive health and social benefits gained from my involvement with the PRC."

— Shane McPhee, PRC volunteer and Parkinson's program participant

"I learned a lot during the Nutrition and Cooking class. I had no idea the impact of diet on my Parkinson's medications and symptoms. The instructor shared so much information, and it was all clear and helpful. "

— Aggie Toth, class participant with Parkinson's

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