OUR MISSION IS TO ADVOCATE FOR PEOPLE WITH MS IN NEW ZEALAND TO HAVE ACCESS TO FIRST WORLD TREATMENT, RESOURCES AND SERVICES TO IMPROVE THEIR WELL-BEING AND QUALITY OF LIFE

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HERE TO HELP

Regional Support

Our Regional Societies offer a wide variety of support and services for people with MS, families, employers and carers affected by the condition. Each society employs trained Field Workers that offer support and guidance on a wide range of matters including:

    • Advice and information on Multiple Sclerosis symptoms and management
    • Access to information resources developed and provided by MSNZ
    • A range of support, social and exercise groups in your region
    • Advice on local services and supports
    • Guidance on work and income issues
    • Support with applications to the Lottery Individuals with Disabilities fund
    • Individual advocacy to ensure people with MS receive the best services in their community
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WHAT WE DO

About MSNZ

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

MSNZ is a non-profit organisation formed to support people with MS in NZ

Advocacy

OUR VISION AND MISSION

To advocate for people with MS in NZ to have access to first world treatment, resources & treatment

Research

RESEARCH AND STUDIES

News and updates

MS IN NEW ZEALAND

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I am immensely grateful for the MS Society and the Dorothy L Newman Scholarship’s assistance with my course fees this year, thank you!

Rachel Wellington

The MS Society successfully advocated for the funding of two new drugs…I know my treatment is not a cure, but now I am able to provide for my family

Anne Auckland