THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (INC.)
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of WA (Inc) is proud to present education,
information and support sessions to support its Members and their significant
others in living well with MS. Information seminars are open to family members
and carers. Program details outlined in this document are current at the time
of printing; however dates and times may change. Please check details when you
register. All programs are free of charge for members unless otherwise
Please note that registration is essential as seminars and programs will only run if minimum numbers are achieved.
Information, strategies and practical tips for a healthy diet and exercising for core strength, balance and tone.
answers to these questions and more will be presented in a practical
workshop by Wayne Epton, Senior Dietitian RPH Shenton Park and Ollie
Guttinger, MSWA Exercise Physiologist.
Date: Thursday, 23rd May 2013 Time: 5.30-7.30pm Venue: 29 Parkhill Way, Wilson
The symptom of fatigue is very common, and occurs in an estimated 90% of people with MS. It is a troublesome symptom and is often misunderstood by family and friends because it cannot be seen or felt by others
The Department of Occupational Therapy offers an effective energy management program that research has found improves energy levels and quality of life. The program provides information and support for you to develop strategies that enable you to take control of your fatigue. Participants report improvement in their wellbeing and ability to participate in meaningful life tasks.
For further information or to register your interest and availability, please contact Heather Mearns, OT on 9365 4894 (please leave a message if Heather is not available) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating World MS Day, the MSWA Wilson Centre will host an Open Day to the services, facilties and health team available to people living with multiple sclerosis. Lectures, tours and interactive displays will be on show for anyone wanting to know more about MS and the resources available to themselves and their families/carers. All are welcome!
Date: Wednesday, 29th May 2013 Time: 2.00-5.00pm Venue: 29 Parkhill Way, Wilson
Join Professor Bill Carroll, A/Professor Helmut Butzkueven and Bel Cobcroft for a morning of research and treatment updates, an Australian research project with wide ranging applications to people living with MS and an introduction to how to get a good night's sleep.
Date: Friday, 7th June 2013 Time: 9.00am-12.30pm Venue: Perth Zoo Conference Centre
Please RSVP to Nicolette Madry, Health Promotion Officer on 9365 4824 or email@example.com
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Being part of the MS Society of WA will make your life easier.
This includes; nursing, facilities, therapy and much more.