Ballarat Wellness Dinner
Brain Health and Lifestyle Redesign
Wednesday, 12 February 2020
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Please arrive at 6.00pm to check in
Brain health is something we all should take seriously. For someone diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, brain health is even more important.
We invite you to attend our dinner with MS Nurse Advisor Maree Maher who will help you explore the international recommendations of ways to live a brain healthy lifestyle and she’ll also challenge you to make positive lifestyle choices to maximise brain health.
Maree is an internationally certified MS Nurse and manages our MS Connect and MS Advisor Services.
Enjoy a wonderful 2-course dinner whilst hearing about wellness approaches and strategies. You will go home inspired to maintain a brain healthy lifestyle.
We are here to support you with any changes that you may be dealing with, through ongoing peer support programs, fatigue management, employment support, support to access the NDIS and a whole range of other services.
$10 per person*
*As the numbers at this program are limited, you are welcome to bring one guest. Registration is essential.
Bursaries are available for those who find the cost prohibitive by contacting email@example.com.
Please note: As catering must be confirmed within 7 days of the program, we are unable to offer refunds outside of that time period (except in extenuating circumstances - please contact us if this applies firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mercure Ballarat Hotel and Conference Centre
613 Main Road
Venue is wheelchair friendly and parking is available onsite
Dinner is provided. Please advise any dietary requirements when you register. We cannot guarantee there will not be any traces of allergens in the food provided, but we will do our utmost to ensure that allergens are not in the meals provided.
MS is committed to promoting equal access to all its events and will not deny participation due to financial hardship. Please contact the Education Team by calling 1800 042 138 or emailing email@example.com to discuss.
Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Places are limited and a waitlist will be taken
MS Connect 1800 042 138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you are under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must read the Terms & Conditions and accept on your behalf. The supervision of Children under 18 is the responsibility of the parent or guardian.
Wellbeing & Safety
All participants are required to complete the registration information. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the event and are the responsibility of the accompanying adult.
We do provide catering for some events. It is, however, your own responsibility to ensure you only eat food that is appropriate and suitable for your dietary needs and that you are responsible for any medication that you may require.
Participants are responsible for ensuring that they are physically well enough to participate in the program. Should you have any concerns regarding your ability to participate, you should raise these with the facilitator as soon as possible, prior to the activity. If you require ambulance transport to a hospital, you acknowledge that this will be at your own expense.
Participants must be responsible for their own personal belongings. Valuable items should not be left without supervision and MS assumes no liability for loss or damage.
Participants are not insured by MS for injuries or damage if an accident occurs. Basic First Aid kits will however be available.
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Co-contributions will be refunded in the event the program is cancelled by MS. Co-contribution will not be refunded if you change your mind or are no longer able to participate in the program.
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