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The Society offers many programs and services to help people affected by MS live their best lives. Find resources in your area to learn, connect, and get support.

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  1. IN PERSON Health & Wellness

    MS Restorative Yoga

    Yoga

    Multiple Dates
    Weston, FL 33327See Map
  2. IN PERSON Treating MS

    Newly Diagnosed Luncheon

    Educational program for individuals living with MS and their caregiver

  3. IN PERSON Health & Wellness

    Tai Chi in Palm Beach 

    Tai Chi

    Multiple Dates
  4. IN PERSON Health & Wellness

    Yoga

    Yoga

    Multiple Dates
    Hallandale Beach, FL 33009See Map
  5. IN PERSON Health & Wellness

    Yoga & Feldenkrais

    Yoga

    Multiple Dates
    Boca Raton, FL 33486See Map
  6. TELEPHONE Emotional Health

    Emotional Support

    The MS Society offers short term emotional support.

  7. ONLINE Live Fully, Live Well

    Live Fully, Live Well

    Managing your health and wellness is an integral part of "living well" with MS. Live Fully, Live Well is a comprehensive wellness program from the National MS Society and Can Do MS, designed for people living with MS and their support partners. Live Fully, Live Well covers topics affecting the whole family living with MS in order to strengthen relationships, increase understanding and promote improved health and quality of life.

  8. ONLINE Complementary and Alternative Medicines

    Acupuncture and MS: The Basic Facts (.pdf)

    An exploration of what is known and not known about this complementary therapy by Alan Bowling, MD, PhD and Tom Stewart. (last updated 2004)

  9. VIDEO Nutrition

    Antioxidants and MS (video)

    Mary Hughes, MD, answers a viewer's questions about antioxidants and if they are recommended for people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.

  10. VIDEO Symptom Management

    Beginning Rehab for MS (video)

    Mary Hughes, MD, answers a viewer's question about how to begin rehabilitation for multiple sclerosis.

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