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Webinar – Managing Your MS Symptoms When Things Heat Up

January 25, 2023 | Education, Event, Life with MS, Symptoms, Webinar

The effect of heat on Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms is real. Physiologically, the nerve conduction speed can slow down which can exacerbate a whole range of symptoms. This varies between individuals. However, the good news is that research has shown […]


MS Voice Newsletter – December 2022

December 21, 2022 | Advocacy, Awards, Education, Event, Life with MS, MS Voice, Newsletter

In our December edition of MS Voice we look back over an eventful year, celebrate the recipients of the Esme Tombleson Award, discuss MS symptoms and marvel at our wonderful findraisers. We also tell you how you can buy gifts […]


Strangest MS symptoms from head to toe

December 21, 2022 | Life with MS, MS Voice, Support, Symptoms

Extreme fatigue, clumsiness, weird prickly sensations, sluggish thinking, wonky vision are classic and common first symptoms of multiple sclerosis, or MS. But the expected stops here. Damage to the central nervous system, aka your brain and spinal cord, is what […]


Oceans of Hope 2022 recap

December 19, 2022 | Event, Life with MS, MS Voice

We have enjoyed working with Oceans of Hope for a number of years, assisting with advertising their challenges and ensuring people with Multiple Sclerosis take full advantage of the wonderful opportunities they provide. We are thrilled to see the smiling faces […]


Accessibility for New Zealanders Bill Submission

November 16, 2022 | Advocacy, Life with MS, Media

Recently, MSNZ made a submission to the Accessibility for New Zealanders Bill. The intention of the proposed bill is to establish “a new legislative framework that addresses systemic accessibility barriers that prevent disabled people, tāngata whaikaha and their whānau, and […]