Art for hope: Artist donates paintings to brighten PCIT

Our walls at the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy not only serve a functional purpose providing information and resources for our members, they have now also received a touch of artistic beauty thanks to the generosity of artist Angela M Fordham.

Angela painted two vibrant and captivating paintings of Woodlands, our new home, and these now grace our reception area, offering a welcome respite and a source of inspiration for our patients, families and staff. What makes these artworks even more special is the personal story behind them.

Angela’s husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the young age of 39. This life-altering event not only impacted their family but also fueled Angela’s desire to give back to the Parkinson’s community that has supported them in their journey.  Angela said:

“Knowing the positive impact the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy has had on the lives of those living with this condition inspired me to contribute in a meaningful way. Art has always been a source of peace and joy for me and I hope these paintings can bring a similar sense of comfort and beauty to people spending time at the Centre.”

Angela’s act of generosity is a testament to the power of art to uplift and inspire. Her paintings serve not only as beautiful additions to our Centre but also as a reminder of the strength, compassion and hope that exist within our community.

We are incredibly grateful for Angela’s generosity and her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those affected by Parkinson’s disease.

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