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Mailing address:

PO Box 322,
South Australia 5092

1300 128 339

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday,
10am - 4pm

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc supports the needs of sufferers of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and related illnesses. We do this by providing services and information to members.


ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc aims to keep members informed of various research projects, diets, medications, therapies, news items, etc. All communication, both verbal and written, is merely to disseminate information and not to make recommendations or directives.

Unless otherwise stated, the views expressed on this Web site are not necessarily the official views of the Society or its Committee and are not simply an endorsement of products or services.

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Society Seminars For 2018

Tuesday 16 January 2018


Here is the list of ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc's seminars for 2018. Details will be added when they become available:

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc
Saturday 24 March 2018

1:30 pm

Speaker: Carol Hunter of Rose Park Psychology. Carol has been endorsed by people with ME/CFS and their carers as being very helpful in developing coping strategies.

Topic: Coping strategies for patients, carers and families living with ME/CFS.


Saturday 30 June 2018

1:30 pm

Speaker: Diana Bordean, a physiotherapist who helps people with Fibromyalgia and ME/CFS.

Topic: What can your physiotherapist do for you?

Plus... ME/CFS Life Hacks. Bring along your favourite disability aid, piece of equipment or device. A Travelscoot and electric wheelchair will be available on the day to try out.


Saturday 11 August 2018

1:30 pm

Annual General Meeting

Speaker: Dr Mona Kaur. Dr Kaur works as a GP with Dr Roger Spizzo at the Centre For Health & Wellbeing in Norwood with a special interest in gut health. Dr Kaur is a Telehealth GP with GP2U.

Topic: Gut Health & ME/CFS

NEW VENUE: SACOSS, 47 King William Rd, Unley. We are having this seminar at SACOSS due to the usual venue Sophia being re-carpeted in early July.


Saturday 24 November 2018

1:30 pm

Speaker: Dr Michael Musker, Senior Research Fellow, SAHMRI.

Topic: Examining Chronic Fatigue Syndrome using biological markers: A comparison of controls and sufferers.



New (Temporary) Venue For 11 August Seminar

The 11 August seminar will be held at the South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS) building, 47 King William Rd, Unley.



Usual Venue

The seminars are usually held at Sophia House.

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More details about each seminar will be available when they are finalised.


How to get there

SophiaSophia House is at 225 Cross Road, Cumberland Park, at the western end of Cabra Dominican College, (i.e. the seaside end, not the hills end). It's ten minutes from the city centre by car or bus. Turn west (towards the sea, not the hills) from Goodwood Road. The carpark entrance is off Cross Road at the small Sophia House sign on a brick gate post. There's a walk from the carpark to Sophia House of about 50 metres but you can also be dropped off at the door as some people are.

Buses from the city originate on King William Road (Bus G10, G20, G1) and travel via Goodwood Road (to Flinders University, Panorama and Happy Valley). Alight at stop 9 and walk west along Cross Road. This is about 450 metres, so may be an issue for most of our members.

The Circle Line (Route 100) Stop 176 is about the closest you can get which is about 50 metres from Sophia's gate. Buses also travel from the city (Bus W90. W91) along Winston Avenue. Alight at stop 12, the Cross Road intersection, and walk east to Sophia.

If you haven't been to Sophia House before, it is a particularly comfortable venue with chairs, a couple of sofas and a decent carpet if you are better lying on the floor. Bring whatever you need to be comfortable.



Many people with ME/CFS are extremely chemically sensitive, so we ask attendees to refrain from wearing aftershaves, perfumes etc, and please refrain from smoking at our meetings. We will make every effort to clear the venue of fragrances and chemicals. There have been MCS issues there in the past and we have been in contact with Sofia's management to find ways to minimise or remove any potential issues for future meetings. We will continue to make every effort we can to minimise these problems at our meetings.


Please note that this program is subject to change.


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