Cheerful and pleasant day. Negeri Sembilan Parkinson’s Society (NSPS) is a non-profit, community-based organization established on the 11th April 2008 (coincidentally this was the World Parkinson’s Day) and Negeri Sembilan is the first state in Malaysia which has it’s own Parkinson’s Support Group.

The NSPS was officially launched on the 20th April by YM Raja Datin Seri Salbiah Bte Tengku Nujumudin, the wife of Dato’ Seri Utama Haji Mohamad B Haji Hasan, the Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan.

YM Raja Datin Seri Salbiah is also NSPS Honorary Patron of  Negeri Sembilan whose nature is caring and passionate, YM Raja Datin Seri is particularly concerned about the welfare of the community especially to the needy. Thus, NSPS is very fortunate and blessed to have YM Raja Datin Seri’s support and contribution to the Parkinson’s community.

The NSPS has been appointed by HSBC (Malaysia) Trustee Berhad (the sole trustee of Lloyd Tan Trust Fund) as the NGO which carries out the fund raising activities for the Lloyd Tan Trust Fund.

All these are been made possible due to the hardwork and dilligent effort of NSPS Medical Advisor, Dr Chew Nee Kong and Dr Marina Bte Ismail, who tirelessly and strongly support the NSPS team in delivering our service to the Parkinson’s community.

NSPS Website is developed, specially with Parkinson’s patient and caregivers in mind, act as a platform to reach out to the Parkinson’s community throughout the world, hoping to create a better tomorrow for the Parkinson’s patient.

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2009 - The Malaysian Parkinson's Year

Generally speaking, Parkinson’s patients belong to the “low profile” category. Over the years, I have observed a strong tendency for Parkinson’s patients to be introverted, submissive and quiet. In addition, they are usually the kind of people who avoid taking risks. As such, many Parkinson’s patients spent most of their time at home, in their attempt to conceal their illness and avoid the society. Once, a friend said, “Despite them being ........

2009 is best remembered as the Malaysian Parkinson’s Year - simply because this year is the “accelerated phase” in the Malaysian Parkinson’s support group movement. The year 2009 is best remembered for several important events that mark the beginning of a new era in the Parkinson’s care in Malaysia.
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World Parkinson Day Celebration


World Parkinson Day 2010
Date: 11 April 2010
Time: 7.30pm to 10.30pm
Venue: Dewan Perdana Felda, Jalan Gurney, Kuala Lumpur

Call (03-40240060, 012-2110065) to RSVP

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