How do I get involved?

Dying with Dignity Western Australia (DWDWA) was founded in 1984 as an incorporated not-for-profit association. DWDWA advocates for enhanced choice at end of life, including the right for every mentally competent adult who is experiencing intolerable suffering from a terminal or incurable illness, to receive medical assistance to end their life peacefully at a time of their choosing. We seek change in the law in Western Australia to make this possible within a legal framework that provides safeguards for doctors and patients.

What is the status of the WA assisted dying bill?

How do I get involved?

Are you one of the vast majority of Australians who support voluntary assisted dying, to provide peace of mind to people who are suffering at the end if their life?

Are you content with the refusal by our politicians to change the law?

Do you want to help Dying with Dignity NSW support change?

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The greater our membership, the greater our political clout, and the more likely we are to achieve change.

We are totally reliant on membership fees, donations and bequests for our funding.

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