We are here to help

If you or someone close to you has recently been diagnosed with MS, it has probably raised lots of questions and concerns.

For the past 60 years, MS Queensland has provided information, care and support to Queenslanders diagnosed with MS.

As the only Queensland provider with specialised services dedicated to people with MS, you’ll receive easy access to information, support and education to help you through your MS journey.

You are at the heart of what we do and our purpose is to help you get the best out of life.

In the same way that MS affects everyone differently, news of a diagnosis can bring on a wide range of emotions. You may be feeling overwhelmed at the news, or fearful for what it could mean. You may even be relieved at finally making sense of your symptoms, or angry that this could happen to you.

One of the first steps we recommend is calling our friendly and understanding NeuroAssist Team on 1800 177 591. 
If you're not ready to talk to someone yet please consider looking through our online resource centre to read up on MS and what it might mean for you.

Our Services

For the past 60 years, MS Queensland has provided information, education, treatment, care and support to Queenslanders with MS. We offer a wide range of services and support for people newly diagnosed with MS and their loved ones who are also in need of support.



The internet is a fantastic resource for information on MS, but be careful what you read. There is a lot of information that can be unhelpful, or even false - remember that anyone can post their point of view on the web. A good place to start is by looking through our online resource centre.

Online Resource Centre

An MS diagnosis can be extremely difficult to come to grips with. All of a sudden there is a lot of new information to absorb, questions that need to be asked and key decisions that need to be made for people with MS, their carers and loved ones.What's more, the majority of people diagnosed with MS are diagnosed in their early adult years, often a vital time for establishing a career, studying, buying your first home or starting a family.Being informed about MS, what treatments are available and what support networks exist can help. Furthermore, no two cases of MS are the same, so understanding your body and your specific symptoms is just as important as understanding the disease and how it behaves, so you can find the treatment that is right for you.Here you will find information about how to improve your quality of life with MS. Whether you've been living with MS for a long time or are newly diagnosed.
'You've Got This' is an online campaign run by Healthline to support the MS community. It's a great resource to view videos from other people living with MS, to learn about their MS journeys and ultimately to learn that you're not alone in your MS fight. Here you can get encouragement and advice from others just like you, and feel empowered to share your own story.