Variety SA provided a $100,000 grant to MDSA to purchase 10 portable cough assist machines. These machines will help many of our clients who require assistance to breath and support in coughing. 16 year old Alessa Dumbrill has been given the freedom and flexibility to lead a normal life.
It twists, it bends, it can cup, it helps suck. The tongue is an essential part of human anatomy. Many of us grew up believing the playful tongue is the strongest muscle in the body.
The Neurological Alliance Australia (NAA) believes that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will transform the lives of people living with progressive neuromuscular conditions and has promoted and supported the Scheme since its inception.
Research into the causes and treatment of neuromuscular conditions is continuing, both here in Australia and Overseas.
Heartbroken by the loss of her cousin Nathan to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in August 2015, Rebecca Nissen has channelled her sadness into a newfound passion for fundraising.
The best way to find information or to check out what the Client Services team has been up to is to read our Client Services Newsletter.
Representatives from UniSA and corporate sponsor Duncan Basheer Hannon and staff and clients of Muscular Dystrophy South Australia were present for the announcement.
Big Red Ride & Run has new time and place
Muscular Dystrophy South Australia’s (MD South Australia) annual Big Red Ride & Run fundraiser has a new time and place for its seventh year, moving to Sunday 7 January 2018 at the Semaphore foreshore.