Archives for the "Neuromuscular Digital Resource Project" Category
Last modified on 11 Jun 2020 3:55 pm
The Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Australia (MDFA) together with the neuromuscular community and its state-based organisations, has launched the country’s first national neuromuscular resource hub, The Loop. A comprehensive resource for over 70 muscular dystrophy / neuromuscular conditions, the accessible and Created through deep community consultation, a platform is a peer-led place for knowledge sharing and […]
Last modified on 12 Dec 2019 11:51 am
Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Australia has today unveiled the name and logo of its Neuromuscular Digital Resource which is currently in development. The Resource will be called The Loop: Your Neuromuscular Resource Hub. Funded through an NDIA Information, Linkages and Capacity Building grant, The Loop will be an online, integrated and accessible resource to strengthen […]
Last modified on 29 Oct 2019 10:22 am
MEDIA RELEASE 29 October 2019 Muscular Dystrophy Foundation partners with Meerkats to develop Neuromuscular Digital Resource Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Ltd (MDF) has partnered with Meerkats The Brand Leadership Company Pty Ltd (Meerkats) to develop the Neuromuscular Digital Resource – an online, integrated and accessible resource to strengthen the capacity and skills of Australians living with […]
Last modified on 8 Aug 2019 1:12 pm
On Monday 1 July 2019, a diverse and passionate group of stakeholders came together at the Mercure Sydney to collaborate on the vision for the Neuromuscular Digital Resource.
Last modified on 4 Apr 2019 3:12 pm
The online survey to capture community input into our Neuromuscular Digital Resource is now open! The Muscular Dystrophy Foundation invites all members of the neuromuscular community – those individuals living with a neuromuscular condition, their friends, family and carers – to participate in this survey. This is your opportunity to have your say […]
Last modified on 26 Mar 2019 4:37 am
The Muscular Dystrophy Foundation, through funding from the Commonwealth, is developing a digital resource for the neuromuscular community. This will be an integrated, accessible and multi-language support system.