Help People with Parkinson’s Improve Their Speech and Swallowing

By making a one-time donation, or becoming a financial partner, you provide invaluable support to RHPT, allowing them to provide therapy to Parkinson’s patients and make a real difference in people’s lives.

All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

$190pays for a SPEAK OUT! workbook and Initial Evaluation Session$280pays for 10 weekly LOUD Crowd group therapy sessions for one patient
$750pays for an Australian Speech Pathologist to be trained in SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd$1158pays for a SPEAK OUT! individual therapy program (12 sessions) for one patient
$1400pays for a year of weekly LOUD Crowd group therapy sessions (50 sessions) for one patient$2838pays for a year of speech therapy services for one patient: speech evaluation, therapy workbook, SPEAK OUT! therapy program, six-month SPEAK OUT! Refresher, and weekly LOUD Crowd sessions (50)

Pay It Forward

Pay it Forward to enable someone with Parkinson’s to access speech therapy.

Make a donation today. Choose from a specific service to support, or specify your own amount.

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Make your payment directly into our bank account. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference. Your receipt will be issued once the amount is deposited.

Bendigo Bank
Account name: Restoring Hope Parkinson's Therapy
Account number: 172649139
BSB: 633 000

Become a Financial Partner

Provide ongoing support with a monthly payment to enable RHPT to expand our services and help more people.

Make your payment directly into our bank account. Please use your Payment ID as the payment reference. Your receipt will be issued once the amount is deposited.

Bendigo Bank
Account name: Restoring Hope Parkinson's Therapy
Account number: 172649139
BSB: 633 000

Other Ways to Help

If you would like to leave a lasting legacy, to assist future patients to receive vital therapy, please consider either a Bequest, or an Endowment.

Please contact us if you would like further information regarding this. Please also ensure you discuss this with your solicitor or financial adviser.