The latest from MDFA
MDFA announces Dr. Kathy Chapman as the new CEO
Kathy brings to MDFA extraordinary experience as a dynamic and respected senior leader and CEO in the for-purpose sector.
Vale Richard Grills
MDFA and the eye health community is saddened to learn of the passing of Mr. Richard Grills
Age-related macular degeneration
One in seven people over the age of 50 have some signs of AMD. In this free education session, we’ll you how to try to preserve your sight.
Practical tips to keep you moving and living independently
This webinar is presented by a physiotherapist and will touch upon exercises to stop you from falling.
“I don’t feel so alone anymore”
MDFA offers Peer to Peer phone calls as well as peer support groups, both face-to-face and online.
Forced to hang up her knitting needles
Sadly, eye injections came too late for Cheryl Chamberlain. But thousands of Australian patients will now be able to stick to this sight-saving treatment after both major political parties rejected a proposed Medicare rebate cut.
It’s a relief
Anne and 47,000 other Australians are relieved a proposed Medicare rebate cut for eye injections has been rejected.
Macula Menu E-Cookbook 2022
In this Macula Menu, you’ll find some of our favourite recipes that are both delicious and packed with eye-healthy ingredients.
The Macula Month edition of Macula Matters, MDFA’s newsletter for healthcare professionals.