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Webinar Series

As part of Emerge Australia’s commitment to providing up-to-date and evidence based management techniques we have launched a recurring webinar series. You can find those as well all the recent recordings from previous events below. Living with ME/CFS Q&A with Dr Richard Schloeffel OAM World ME/CFS Symposium 2023 Basics of ME/CFS Q&A with Dr Richard

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What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is designed to give people with disabilities the support they need to live independent, ordinary lives. It is not means tested – anyone with any level of income or assets can apply, as long as they meet the criteria of having a significant functional impairment. The insurance-based scheme provides disability-related

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Building your Post-Exertional Malaise (PEM) Toolkit

Join Emerge Australia’s Manager of Patient Support and Information Services Laura Allen and Nurse Educator Kate Herbert in an interactive session to support you in building your post-exertional malaise (PEM) toolkit! This powerful session pools the collective wisdom of our amazing ME/CFS community to support you to come away with new tools to manage PEM.

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Australia’s Post-viral Disease Tsunami Threat

Emerge Australia, the national patient organisation providing services and evidence-based education about myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) today issued an alert on a potential major hit to the Federal Budget and health services facing both major parties.

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The economic impact of Australia’s post-viral disease tsunami

Our policymakers must prepare now for the coming economic, health and social impacts of ME/CFS, Long COVID and other post-viral diseases.
250,000 Australians already live with ME/CFS and Deakin University predicts up to 325,000 more may develop Long COVID in the coming months. The human cost of post-viral diseases is obviously paramount, but the economic cost is also potentially devastating.

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What’s in a name?

Emerge Australia uses ME/CFS as an umbrella term. Research has not confirmed whether the illness is one condition, two conditions (ME and CFS), several different conditions or a condition with several subgroups. ME/CFS includes all diagnoses of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), and ME/CFS.

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Emerge Australia Online Community

Online community groups provides peer support and an open online forum for patients and carers to come together and provide mutual support, connection and friendship. We also host classes suitable for people with limitations caused by ME/CFS.

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Accessing Centrelink carer-specific payments

Learn more about accessing carer-specific payments and carers’ allowances by reading the fact sheet below. It also includes answers to some of the ‘common challenges’ faced by people affected by ME/CFS when applying for social support.

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