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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 Exercise

    Gateway to Wellness

    Gateway to Wellness is a 6-week health and education program designed specifically for individuals with MS and their support partners to enhance their quality of life. Each session includes education and skills training, exercise, goal-setting and networking. Topics covered include: exercise, coping with fatigue, changes in cognition and worker roles, building in leisure, managing social challenges, stress management, computer access, and nutrition. Registration Deadline: September 2.

    Multiple Dates
    Concord, NH 03301
  2. IN PERSON Cognition

    Cognifitness: Keeping the Mind Moving - Dover

    Up to 60% of people with MS experience cognitive changes in some form. Join us for this program to discuss cognitive issues and engage in small group practical activities. Learn exercise and strategies to help focus attention, improve memory, planning and problem solving skills. Register by September 10.

    Dover, NH 03820
  3. IN PERSON Cognition

    Cognifitness: Keeping the Mind Moving - Colchester

    Up to 60% of people with MS experience cognitive changes in some form. Join us for this program to discuss cognitive issues and engage in small group practical activities. Learn exercise and strategies to help focus attention, improve memory, planning and problem solving skills. Register by September 10.

    Colchester, VT 05446
  4. IN PERSON Home

    Affordable Accessible Housing

    Affordable, accessible housing can be critical to maintaining independence and remaining engaged in the community. There are numerous housing options that can become confusing. To make things easier, the chapter has developed a user-friendly guide to help families better understand their options and evaluate their housing needs.

  5. 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.

  6. ONLINE Work

    Minimizing Your Risk of Falls (.pdf)

    Identifies risk factors for falling and strategies to reduce those risks. (last updated May 2014)

  7. ONLINE Home

    At Home with MS—Adapting Your Environment (.pdf)

    Modify a house or apartment to save energy, compensate for reduced vision or mobility, and live comfortably when MS is severe. Many do-it-yourself changes. By Jane E. Harmon, OTR. (last updated December 2011)

  8. ONLINE Vehicles

    Driving with Multiple Sclerosis (.pdf)

    Addresses questions and concerns about how MS might affect a person’s ability to drive now or in the future. Includes information about driving evaluations and different types of auto adaptive equipment. By Pat Niewoehner, BS, OTR/L, CDRS, and Florian P. Thomas, MD, PhD. (New October 2013)

  9. ONLINE Home

    Hiring Help at Home (.pdf)

    Checklists and worksheets for people who need help at home. Forms for a needs assessment, job description, and employment contract. (last updated 2005)

  10. ONLINE Adaptive Equipment

    How to Choose the Mobility Device that is Right for You (.pdf)

    Understand the full range of tools available to stay functionally mobile, comfortable and safe. Offers full-color photos of devices ranging from the simplest cane to the most complex power chair, guidance on how to determine if and when a device might be appropriate, and important safety tips. Introduces readers to assistive technology professionals and outlines the steps involved in a comprehensive evaluation for a wheeled mobility device. (New August 2013)

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