Staying positive with Parkinson’s
MANDURAH woman Sue Edge does not have a choice that she has Parkinson’s, but she does have a choice about what she does moving forward.
This Sunday is Parkinson’s WA fundraiser Walk in the Park.
Ms Edge will be selling merchandise such as bags, coasters and yoga pants printed with her designs and will make a donation to Parkinson’s WA for each item sold.
“Since being diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2010, I have taken a positive approach and channelled my energy into creating bright and colourful paintings,’’ she said.
“It’s great to be going back to a Walk in the Park this year.
“This is part of my overall and ongoing fundraising for Parkinson’s WA. I’m grateful for the help and support they have given me with their Parkinson’s Nurse specialist service.
“Heather, who visits me at home, has been an amazing support on my journey.’’
Parkinson’s WA supports people throughout WA with its unique community-based nurse specialist service.
Sue Edge with some of her printed merchandise.