Your run or ride is making a difference
Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MSL) is here so no one has to face MS alone.
MSL offers a suite of services and support to help minimise the impact of living with multiple sclerosis, while the search for a cure continues. This includes support in referral advice and information, everyday tips and tricks, education, emotional support, wellbeing support, symptom management, opportunities to connect with others, employment support, living arrangement support, individual assessment and NDIS and My Aged Care support.
The funds that you raise ensure that people living with multiple sclerosis get the vital support they need to meet their goals and live well.
So, get involved and make a difference today. Together we can ensure that no one has to face MS alone.
Providing funding to bring new treatments closer to reality, investing in repairing myelin damage, to restore function that has been lost for people with progressive forms of the disease.
The development of three state-of-the-art MS Wellbeing Centres in New South Wales and Victoria.
The first Wellbeing Centre is scheduled to open in Lidcombe, New South Wales in 2023.
These state-of-the-art centres will offer a comprehensive range of services, providing a complete wellbeing service model, helping people with MS achieve their personal goals and live to their fullest potential.
1 in 3 Australians will be directly impacted by multiple sclerosis through a family member, friend or colleague. The uncertainty of what lies ahead after diagnosis can be a difficult experience, and that's why we are here to make sure no one faces MS alone.
HERE'S HOW YOUR SUPPORT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
More than 1,600 people with MS will receive specialised advice from caring nurses, occupational therapists and social workers through MS Advisor.
This year, people with MS, their families and carers will reach out over 27,000 times to our free helpline and support centre, MS Connect.
MS PEER SUPPORT
Nearly 600 new people with MS and their loved ones, will find social connection through MS Peer Support groups, held online, in-person and by phone.
Over 2,700 people will participate in MS Education webinars and events to better understand and live with MS.
Around 1,500 people will seeks assistance with their NDIS plans
Over 700 people will receive employment support to help them stay in their jobs, or to find employment.
By fundraising, you are ensuring the continuation of programs such as MS Connect which provides guidance and support when needed, MS Education, Wellbeing Support Program and MS Advisor programs all helping people living with MS maintain their quality of life, employment and delay disease progression.
For many people with MS, the symptoms are invisible
There's been occasions where strangers have asked Rachael to get up out of a seat on a train because they perceive her as young and healthy.
“Just because you can’t see MS, you can’t judge people because you have no idea what they go through every other day. It could be a great day, but the rest of the days could be difficult. No one knows what I’m going through unless I tell them."
Rachael Hendry, MS Ambassador
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