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Support. Care. Knowledge.

Support

We provide personal and family consultations, workshops and information sessions, group support sessions, and specialized exercise classes.

Care

Our professional staff offer a wide variety of services to clients at all stages of the lifecycle, from children to seniors, and their loved ones.

Knowledge

We welcome calls for information and assistance - connecting with schools, workplaces and the community.

Important Notification From HeadWay Regarding COVID-19

All Group Meetings have been transitioned to online via Zoom. Contact Madelaine for more info on how to join.

HeadWay is taking a proactive approach to reducing the risks for transmission of COVID-19. 

Support Group meetings, presentations, and potlucks will be rescheduled as soon as safely possible.

In the meantime, we encourage you to stay connected. Make a plan with family or friends to keep regular contact. Reach out by phone or email to people in your group.

June 2020 | HeadWay Office Reopens!

HeadWay staff is once again offering in-person services by appointment only and can be reached by phone 250.474.6677 or email.

For clinical information, support or telephone consultations contact Madelaine Ross 

Events and operations contact Mira Laurence

Donations, receipts and correspondence contact Tania Fritz 

For urgent health COVID-19 questions or if you think you may have symptoms of COVID-19 call the 811 Nurse Line

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Canada Public Health Service COVID Information


Support. Care. Knowledge.

The Victoria Parkinson's Centre is a vibrant and welcoming non-profit society whose purpose is to strengthen clients', families', and communities' ability to manage the physical, psychological and social effects of Parkinson's.

How We Help

Our professional staff can help you and your family to:

  • Learn powerful ways to take action and reduce the impact of Parkinson's 
  • Make the best use of limited time with your doctor
  • Link you to quality sources of information and the latest research
  • Connect with others who understand your situation

We do this by:

  • Providing confidential individual consultations tailored to your unique needs
  • Collaborating with local and mainland health care providers to improve care
  • Organizing practical programs and meetings to help you live life to the fullest
  • Tracking and publishing the latest medical breakthroughs, research and online links
  • Offering free public information sessions to educate our community
  • Maintaining a lending library of brochures, books, CDs and DVDs