Parkinson’s Australia represents over 70000 Australians living with Parkinson’s Disease through advocating their needs and interests to all levels of government. Our member organisations provide direct support to people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. We also seek improved funding for services, research and awareness raising to improve the quality of life of these people. Our support group services can be accessed through our website or by calling 1899 644 189.
The Post-Polio Network (NSW) is a self-help self-funded volunteer organisation run by polio survivors. It provides information and support about the late effects of polio to polio survivors, their families and the health professionals who care for them.
Queensland Bioethics Centre
Queensland Voice for Mental Health was launched as a united voice for consumers and carers to actively promote the health and well-being of all Queenslanders through advocacy, co-operation and education.
RVA is Australia's national organisation advocating for those who live with a rare disease. RVA provides a strong common voice to promote for health policy and a healthcare system that works for those with rare diseases. RVA works with governments, researchers, clinicians and industry to promote research, diagnosis, treatment and services for all rare diseases in Australia.
The Sleep Apnoea Association ACT is a self help support group for sufferers of sleep disorders.
The Immune Deficiencies Foundation Australia (IDFA) is a not-for-profit health promotion charity raising awareness and caring for people who have Primary (Genetic) and Secondary (due to chemotherapy and other treatments/ or autoimmune illness) Immune Deficiencies (PIDs).
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia is a volunteer run organisation which helps families living with TSC through phone, email and online support services, educational materials and events, facilitation of peer support and funding of TSC research in Australia and New Zealand.