Lymphoedema Support Network



Lymphoedema Support Network Annual General Meeting 2021
Monday 8 November 2021, 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Virtual platform: Zoom video link

We welcome your support for our AGM - please join us.
A copy of the agenda is available to view or download here (please note, this is in pdf format).

About Us

The Lymphoedema Support Network is an Auckland-based community support organisation providing information, a newsletter and regular public meetings that offer opportunities for those experiencing lymphoedema to get in touch with each other. 
Contact 021 027 20792 or email us. 

Our aim is to:

  • Provide support to people living with lymphoedema and their families;
  • Provide practical information on self-management;
  • Promote an increased understanding of lymphoedema and effective treatments to those with lymphoedema and for health professionals.

There are lymphoedema support groups in regional areas. The most active is the Auckland group which can provide local contacts. The Auckland group meets every second month (excluding 2020 with COVID-19) (i.e. March, May, July, September) and holds an AGM in September at the Auckland Cancer Society (Domain Lodge), 1 Boyle Crescent, Grafton.

News and events
The Auckland group produces a newsletter which is circulated to financial members throughout New Zealand. View the Autumn 2020 issue here.

If you would like to support LSN through an annual subscription of just $15, please complete the subscription form. We appreciate your support!

Helpful links
British Lymphology Society/Lymphoedema Support Network - A British site providing links to two different channels of information, one for health professionals and one for the patients’ network. Both have a significant amount of information available.

Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA) Facebook page - An Australian site of the ALA. 'The ALA's vision is to make a difference in all aspects of lymphology. We seek to be the peak professional organisation promoting best practice in lymphoedema management, research and education in Australasia.'

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