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Saturday, 17 February 2018

MSWA provides vital support and services to people living with all neurological conditions in Western Australia. This includes people living with multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, and acquired Brain Injury, to name a few.

MSWA, formerly known as The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Western Australia, was formed nearly 45 years ago by a group of people with MS committed to helping others access information and support.

Today, MSWA has a team of almost 700 staff who all work passionately to provide the best possible care to people right across the metropolitan area and regional centres of Western Australia.

We offer immediate support to people living with MS and other neurological conditions, from the moment of diagnosis, for the entirety of their journey.

The support falls under three main categories:

  • Services – we provide education and information for the newly diagnosed, through to specialist nursing, physiotherapy, counselling, occupational therapy, welfare assistance and in-home support.
  • Accommodation – we operate high-support accommodation facilities with 24-hour care in Fern River, Hamilton Hill and Treendale, as well as respite facilities in City Beach and Treendale, with plans to expand further.
  • Research – MSWA is the largest financial contributor to MS research in Australia, and we’re determined to drive innovation until a cure is found. MSWA now also contributes to research into other neurological conditions. All of this would not be possible without the help of our loyal supporters.

All of this would not be possible without the help of our loyal supporters.

For more information please visit our website at http://mswa.org.au/

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Purpose - to support people living with all neurological conditions; to advocate for change and to find cures.

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