The circle and lines in the centre represent the brain cell body and its branches.It is surrounded by an imperfect circle, representing the abnormal mobility in Parkinson. The green and orange colours depict the ‘on’ and ‘off’ phenomenon seen in some patients. The words “Parkinson Society Singapore“ form the base, showing the Society’s full support for people living with Parkinson.
With effect from 18 February 2014, Parkinson’s Disease Society (Singapore) is now known as Parkinson Society Singapore. The drop of the word “disease” was to eradicate the negative stigmatism of the condition and in keeping with the latest naming nomenclature for medical eponyms. The resolution change was passed in the Extraordinary General Meeting on 18 January 2014 held at The Parkinson Centre.