Understanding MS Fatigue / Webinar
Date: 4th December 2019
Learn more about fatigue and the ways in which you can manage it.View Webinar
Fatigue is often reported as the most common symptom of MS. It is very hard to define and explain and even harder to measure and treat.
Learning how to manage fatigue is a slow process and the lifestyle changes involved take patience and perseverance. The combination of contributing factors means that fatigue levels can vary from day to day and even within the day.
This session will help explain Fatigue to family and friends so encourage them to join you!
• Understanding Fatigue
• Types of Fatigue
• Importance of Exercise
• Management Strategies
About the presenter:
Tim is an MS Nurse Practitioner and MS Queensland’s Manager of Special Education and Community Resources. He has been working in neurosciences for over 21 years in the hospital, community and not for profit sectors. Tim is an MS Nurse Practitioner and MS Queensland’s Manager of Special Education and Community Resources.
He has been working in neurosciences for over 21 years in the hospital, community and not for profit sectors. Tim developed a special interest in MS in the mid 90’s and helped develop an immunotherapy support service at the PA Hospital in Brisbane before moving to support the MS Clinic at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital.
From there he was asked to facilitate the establishment and service development for Wesley Mission Brisbane, successfully gaining full accreditation of service before moving on to his current position with MS Queensland.
Tim is responsible for developing and delivering MS Queensland’s educational programs with people living with MS and relevant health professionals as well as working on the delivery of special projects which address MS from a wellness and self-management perspective.
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