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MSWA to hold inaugural art exhibition in 2024

MSWA Clients are invited to submit their pieces of art for the chance to be part of the inaugural MSWA art exhibition.

A paint palette holding red, yellow, white and brown paint with a paintbrush dipping into the paint.
Devlyn Construction selected for state-of-the-art accommodation facility in Shenton Park

MSWA is delighted to announce the appointment of Devlyn Construction as the chosen contractor for the development of its cutting-edge high-support accommodation facility in Shenton Park, Perth.

World-leading clinical trial provides new hope for Australians living with multiple sclerosis

A world-leading clinical trial will seek to reverse neurological damage caused by primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) in Australians living with the debilitating condition, in an announcement made today at the MS Australia Progress in Research Conference in Perth.

Turning curls into cash for MSWA

In May, hairdresser Shanae Wilson transformed her Wangara salon into a fundraising hub – offering patrons blow outs and hair styling services, with 100% of the proceeds donated to MSWA.

Communicating for life

Did you know that 1 in 7 Australians will experience a communication difficulty in their lifetime?

It's Speech Pathology Week, and in 2023 Speech Pathology Australia is focusing on the important role speech pathologists play in ensuring clients can access a basic human right: the ability to communicate for life.

To find out more about how speech pathologists make a lasting impact on Clients lives, we spoke with MSWA Senior Speech Pathologist Cassandra Latouche and Speech Pathologist Rebekah Smith.

Unravelling the Mysteries of Multiple Sclerosis

This groundbreaking discovery not only furthers our understanding of MS but also holds the potential to revolutionise the development of effective treatments for long-term disability in individuals affected by this chronic disease of the central nervous system.

Stepping up to the challenge of rising MS

The number of Western Australians living with multiple sclerosis (MS) is increasing at a significant and accelerating rate, according to latest findings commissioned by MS Australia.

An update about COVID-19

MSWA remains alert as we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. This article provides a current updates and useful links for further information.

Rockingham stationary riders cycle to glory

Healthy competition between MSWA's Service Centres saw Clients ride a combined total of 8935kms in the 2022 Stationary Cycle Challenge – the equivalent of travelling from Perth to Sydney… and back! Rockingham were thrilled to be crowned in first place, taking home the coveted shield for clocking up 1976kms across their 39 riders.

MSWA Client art shines at Canning Show

MSWA’s Client artists had their most successful year to date at the 2022 Canning Show, with 19 winning works of art and both Susan Finlay and Jasmin Franklin named as show champions.