Supporting People with MS

Supporting people affected by MS to lead independent, active and fulfilling lives

The Wellington Society is a not-for-profit organisation, devoted to supporting People affected by MS  (PwMS) in The Wellington Region to Lead Independent, Active and Fulfilling Lives.

We are one of 18 regional societies throughout New Zealand, looking after the needs of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis and other allied neurological diseases.
Registered Charity No: CC10482

1500
NZers with MS
250
People with MS In Wellington Region
25
Average NZ Age with MS
3
Women are 3 times more likely to get MS than men

Latest News

2019 Annual General Meeting

This year’s AGM will be held on Saturday, 25 May 2019, at the NZ Red Cross Rooms, 31 Pretoria Street, Lower Hutt, at 11am. Last year we introduced a new format and it seemed to be well received so we’re going to have the same format and programme this year. The AGM will be followed

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The Alinker “Keep Moving Programme”

MSW has two Alinker bikes that you can borrow. The Alinker is a modified walking bike/trike that can be used for personal exercise or transport as well as rehabilitation. If you would like to try or borrow an Alinker from MSW you need to be set up by a health professional, as there are limitations

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Spring MS Wellington Information Roadshow

We are excited to be hosting Professor Anne La Flamme at all of the Roadshows.  Anne is a senior immunologist at Victoria University of Wellington who has been a research consultant for the Malaghan Institute since 2003. Since 2008 she has been the leader of their Multiple Sclerosis Research Programme. We also have speakers at

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