Multiple Sclerosis doesn't have one face it has many.

During awareness week, MS Waikato will be sharing the stories of a handful of our 293 clients whose lives are impacted by Multiple Sclerosis.  MS Waikato are providing support, education, information and advocacy services for not only MS clients and their family/whanau and carers; but also Huntington’s Disease too, service provision is throughout the greater Waikato and Coromandel region.

Visit the Face of MS website to read Shaun's story (one of our Faces of MS) or to make a donation. 

MS Waikato is a charitable Trust and we are dependent on fundraising to provide support services to our clients and their family/whanau. 

Please also come and visit our stall at Chartwell Shopping centre on Wednesday 13th or Thursday 14th September, we are seeking volunteers for this if you can spare a couple of hours too.

MS Waikato warmly invites you to a MS education evening and 60th celebration

Neurologist Dr. Beatriz Romero Ferrando, Clinical Nurse Specialist Karen Clark & Kate Ives Research Nurse/Coordinator-Neurology Clinical Trials will be speaking on topics including:

Vaccinations and Disease Modifying Treatments, Changing Treatments, MS Base and Pharmac Changes.

There will also be opportunity to ask questions

Terry Slattery will talk about his fundraising  bike ride which raised over $12,000 for MSWT

Thursday 12th October 2023

6.15pm (for a 6.30pm start)

The Link (corner River Road and Te Aroha Street)

The presentations will be followed by a light supper

We would appreciate a donation towards the evening; there will be collection pots at the venue

Please RSVP by 2/10/23, phone 027 428 7417 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All MS Waikato staff are vaccinated.
We strongly encourage all our members and their families to go and get vaccinated, this will protect yourself and help to protect any children who are too young for the vaccine.
The Pfizer vaccine is safe for people with MS and HD, the vaccines do not contain any virus.
For more information and details on how to book your vaccine click here, or call 0800 28 29 26.

For more information on Covid and MS please visit the MS Society of NZ website or watch the MSNZ webinar on MS and the Covid vaccine, this can be found on You Tube.  If you have any questions or concerns about MS and the vaccine Liz or Karen would be happy to talk with you.