Some of our services we offer to our community

Some of our services we offer to our community

📣 We are thrilled to share the range of services we offer to our community at no charge!

1️⃣ Respite Care Grants:

We understand the vital role of respite in maintaining the well-being of caregivers. That's why we offer grants of up to $1000 to ensure caregivers get the break they need.

2️⃣ In-person Support Groups:

Our face-to-face support groups are a safe space for sharing experiences, gaining insights, and forming lifelong friendships. Connect with others who understand your journey in a deep and meaningful way.

3️⃣ Zoom Support Groups:

We've adapted to the new normal by providing online support groups on Zoom. This way, you can access valuable communal support from the comfort of your own home.

4️⃣ Active PSP Blog:

Keep up-to-date with the latest advice, resources, and research on our active PSP blog. We constantly update our content to provide you with reliable information to navigate your journey.

5️⃣ Community Care Support Program & Advocacy:

Our Community Care Support Program is designed to help manage everyday tasks, making life a little easier. We also advocate for our members, ensuring their voices are heard where it matters most.

6️⃣ Online Resources & Support:

We've curated a wealth of online resources and offer ongoing support to assist you at every stage.

We are here for you, providing compassionate support and reliable information when you need it most. Get in touch to learn more about these services or share this post with someone who might benefit from them.

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.

PSP Awareness Shop

Make a purchase with purpose. Each sale supports the fight against Atypical Parkinsonism through the Coleen Cunningham Foundation for PSP Awareness!

Shop Now
  • DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System Pro

    DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System Pro

    Laura Louizos

    DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System Pro is a versatile device for pain relief. It uses TENS, EMS, and AMP to target and alleviate pain. Easy to use with customizable settings for...

    DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System Pro

    Laura Louizos

    DR-HO'S Pain Therapy System Pro is a versatile device for pain relief. It uses TENS, EMS, and AMP to target and alleviate pain. Easy to use with customizable settings for...

  • Article on PSP awareness in Star Weekly Australia

    Article on PSP awareness in Star Weekly Australia

    Laura Louizos

    Exciting News from the Coleen Cunningham Foundation!   We are thrilled to announce that a fantastic article on PSP awareness has been published in an Australian newspaper, organized by Peter...

    Article on PSP awareness in Star Weekly Australia

    Laura Louizos

    Exciting News from the Coleen Cunningham Foundation!   We are thrilled to announce that a fantastic article on PSP awareness has been published in an Australian newspaper, organized by Peter...

  • Navigating Atypical Parkinsonism: Misdiagnosis Challenges and Family Frustrations

    Navigating Atypical Parkinsonism: Misdiagnosis ...

    Laura Louizos

    Challenges in diagnosing atypical parkinsonism. Misdiagnosis issues and their impact on families. Common symptoms mistaken for other diseases. The importance of specialized medical expertise. How families can advocate for accurate...

    Navigating Atypical Parkinsonism: Misdiagnosis ...

    Laura Louizos

    Challenges in diagnosing atypical parkinsonism. Misdiagnosis issues and their impact on families. Common symptoms mistaken for other diseases. The importance of specialized medical expertise. How families can advocate for accurate...

  • Understanding Progressive Supranuclear Palsy: Symptoms, Management Tips, and FAQs

    Understanding Progressive Supranuclear Palsy: S...

    Laura Louizos

    - Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a rare neurological disorder affecting movement, balance, and eye movements. - Symptoms include stiffness, balance issues, difficulty moving eyes, speech and swallowing difficulties, and...

    Understanding Progressive Supranuclear Palsy: S...

    Laura Louizos

    - Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a rare neurological disorder affecting movement, balance, and eye movements. - Symptoms include stiffness, balance issues, difficulty moving eyes, speech and swallowing difficulties, and...

1 of 4