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Connecting with Family and Friends

 

Having a chronic illness, like MS, can leave you feeling lonely and isolated. We’ve been working hard with people from the MS community to bring you this animation highlighting the importance of connections, especially after the events of 2020. Every stage of production was produced in close consultation with people with MS – incorporating their words and experiences – and MS experts including an MS Nurse and MS specialist psychologist. By staying connected with family and friends, you can weather any storm.

Special thanks to Sonia, who lives with MS and voiced this animation.

CEO Rohan Greenland signs the condolence book

From our CEO

Recently, I was honoured to be appointed as the Chair of the Neurological Alliance Australia. So, what does this mean for the MS community?
Des Graham enjoying getting out in nature

A better NDIS for all Australians

Associate Professor Des Graham is Chair of MS Australia and lives with multiple sclerosis. Here he describes his experiences navigating the NDIS and outlines MS Australia’s campaign, A better NDIS for people living with MS.

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Connecting with Family and Friends