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Toronto Victory Summit

On Saturday, October 14, 2017 join the Davis Phinney Foundation and members of your Parkinson’s community for The Victory Summit®Parkinson’s symposium. This international educational event is a moving day of information and inspiration, featuring dynamic presentations from leading movement disorder neurologists and therapists from across the continent. It’s an upbeat, fast-paced event of community and connection, filled with laughter and conversation. You will leave feeling motivated and armed with tools to help you be more involved in your own treatment and to improve your quality of life. As one attendee said, “I left this event with the knowledge and hope of how to live well with my Parkinson’s.”

Registration

This event is free and includes a complimentary boxed lunch. Seating at The Victory Summit is limited so pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Registration is open!

Event Location

The Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Rd
Toronto, ON M9W 1J1, Canada

When

Saturday October 14, 2017 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

 

Free Transportation to the Victory Summit
(from Collingwood only)

The Growling Beaver has organized a coach bus to and from Collingwood to the Victory Summit.  The Victory Summit itself is scheduled from 9:30-4 pm. A 54-passenger coach will depart from the Agnora Glass parking lot (200 Mountain Rd, entrance off 10th Line) at 7:30 am on Oct 14 and return at approximately 6 pm. Sign up is required for each bus rider via the link below. Loading will start at 7 am and the bus will leave at 7:30 am sharp.

Note that this sign up is for the bus ride only. You must also sign up for the Victory Summit itself via the links above.

Bus Sign up here

 

Volunteers Needed

We are always looking for volunteers to help at events.

Time: 7:15am to 2:30pm

Tasks Include: event set-up, attendee check-in desk, greeting, ushering, lunch distribution, parking, exhibitor hall assistance

Boxed lunch and event t-shirts will be provided.

Volunteers are encouraged to listen in on the presentations during down time.

Volunteer here