Media

In the media, 2017

 

Channel 7 – The Daily Edition

Clyde Campbell appears on The Daily EditionShake It Up Founder Clyde Campbell appeared on the Daily Edition today for World Parkinson’s Day and discussed with Tom and Sally how he was diagnosed, how he formed a partnership with The Michael J Fox Foundation and the exciting time ahead in Parkinson’s research.

Vaughan Prout Pedals to Sydney for a Parkinson’s disease fundraiserVaughan Prout Cycles from Melbourne to Sydney for Parkinson's

CYCLING from Melbourne to Sydney in just over a week sounds like an intense and gruelling challenge.

However, the ride will be a walk in the park for Vaughan Prout compared to his journey since being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2011.

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Interview – The Impact of Parkinson’s disease on our lives 

Wendy Brooks Consulting

Hey Shake It Up, thank you for spending some time in chatting with us today about Parkinson’s disease – we understand that it’s a very valued topic amongst the community, as we all know someone or we ‘are’ that someone who suffers from the disease.

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Friendship formed through young onset Parkinson’sHayley Milne and Scott Bailey - Young Onset Parkinson's

Young onset Parkinson’s disease means much more than just tremors for Hayley Milne and Scott Bailey.Both Launceston residents have dealt with anxiety since being diagnosed with the disease. They take medication every four hours to manage the condition, for which there is no cure.

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Ben-Young-interview-in-carers-magazine-April-2016-1QLD Carers Magazine

Shake It Up CEO Ben Young speaks with . Read now>

 

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Tom Williams is proud to be an ambassador for Pause 4 Parkinson’s 2016

Liz Cantor shares a message for World Parkinson’s Day.

Craig Foster encourages all Australian’s to join the Pause 4 Parkinson’s campaign .

Ambassadors Tom Williams & Sally Obermeder.