Webinar - Managing MS Fatigue
Wednesday 31 July 2019
2.00pm - 3.00pm AEST
Multiple sclerosis fatigue is different from everyday fatigue. About 80% of people with multiple sclerosis experience fatigue as a major symptom. Presented by MS Specialist Occupational Therapists, this session looks at the nature of multiple sclerosis fatigue and strategies to help clients better manage this symptom that has such disabling implications.
Development of a greater understanding of MS Fatigue
Increased resources for assessing MS Fatigue
Improve and develop therapeutic approaches and strategies to assist managing client’s fatigue
Webinar - Dealing Confidently with Client's Grief
Thursday 1 August 2019
2.00pm - 3.00pm AEST
Grief abounds when clients are diagnosed, living with, caring for and or working with people with a chronic illness. Presented by Meg Moorhouse, social worker and accredited grief counsellor. Meg works as a bereavement counsellor with Melbourne City Mission Palliative Care service, runs support groups and assists families and health professionals.
Educate participants in the current theory of grief, symptoms, phases and strategies to cope
Investigate what is most challenging about grief reactions inherent in these situations
Build participant’s confidence in how to recognise, respond to and support grief reactions for the people we are working with
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Books* The Can Do Multiple Sclerosis Guide to Lifestyle Empowerment
Managing the Symptoms of MS.
Shapiro, Randall T.
Fighting Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis
An Occupational Therapists Guide to Sleep and Sleep Problems
* These are examples of the free e-books available for webinar attendees
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MS is a registered NDIS Provider Refer your progressive neurological clients to us for pre-planning advice, NDIS education and delivery of NDIS services such as support co-ordination, physiotherapy, continence support, exercise physiology and occupational therapy.