Muscular Dystrophy Australia is proud to support and sponsor the Annual CMT Conference at its HQ in North Melbourne Seminar Registration
Are you the Carer? How do you eat when stressed or tired? Eat to flourish and nourish Simone Austin BSc MND, Advanced Sports Dietitian Food is an enjoyable, important and of course essential part of our lives. Our food choices can be influenced by our emotional and physical state; mad, sad, excited, happy, content, trapped, [...]
EducationMD! 2019 EducationMD! A hundred teachers and teacher aides attended an education seminar today at MDA HQ. The event was a resounding success and introduced a wide range of of speakers including Professor Monique Ryan from The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne and MDA Executive Director, Boris M Struk.
For more than 35 years, Muscular Dystrophy Australia (MDA) has been delivering personalised support and services to the muscular dystrophy community, nationwide and beyond. It is over those decades that MDA has forged invaluable relationships within the Royal Children’s Hospital and the research fraternity, where MDA supports and funds several staff at the Neuromuscular Clinic, [...]
Health, Safety & Environment Policy Muscular Dystrophy Australia (MDA) as an organisation values the people who provide the service support to those affected by a neuromuscular disorder. These people, be they clients, volunteers or staff, individually and collectively should be afforded every opportunity to operate/participate in a safe and healthy and environmentally responsible workplace. Click 55 [...]
Administration Policy Muscular Dystrophy Australia (MDA) has developed and maintained a range of client support programs and services since its inception in 1985. The MDA’s success, as a not-for-profit organisation is attributed, in part, to the quality of the staff, the Committee of Management (CoM), volunteers and other interested parties who through their individual and [...]
Client Services Policy Muscular Dystrophy Australia (MDA) has developed and grown its service capabilities as a direct result of client input and demand. Since inception in 1984, MDA’s success, as a not-for-profit organisation is attributed, to a combination of the quality of the staff, the Committee of Management, volunteers and other interested parties. Both individual [...]