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Pull Up a Chair – Welcome to the PSC Advocacy Café

A virtual space for people who want to actively advocate for better quality of life for Canadians with Parkinson´s and their families. 

 

Cafés are ideal places to gather with your friends and colleagues to share insightful ideas and engage in deep discussions. 

 

The PSC Advocacy Café is the place to come to mingle with like-minded people who share the vision of a better quality of life for people with Parkinson’s today, and a world without Parkinson’s tomorrow.

 

So, pull up a chair come and join the conversation – convey your stories of triumphs and challenges, use the materials, participate in our surveys, and share your perspective and experience with the Canadian Parkinson Community. 

 

Pop in for a visit to: 

 

Open 24 Hours – How to Use the PSC Advocacy Café

Table Talk

Advocacy Materials Centre

Book Nook

Community Corner

Special Guests

News Stand

All in a Day’s Work – PSC Across the Country

 

 

Comments (4)

Bettina Boyle said

at 12:58 pm on Oct 3, 2008

If someone feels like leaving a comment they can do it here. This way they don´t need to edit the page.

Barbara Snelgrove said

at 11:42 am on Nov 4, 2008

Hi, I am learning about this cafe;

johnscaini said

at 11:42 am on Nov 4, 2008

hi everyone
who has the capuccino
goog work!

Ryan Tripp said

at 12:11 am on Dec 3, 2008

To Shannon, Bettina and Barb
Thank you all for setting this ecellent communication format.
I can only see this a a major step forward as we move forard to meet our goals with Parkinsons.
Sincere thanks.
:) Ryan

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