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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 Mobility & Accessibility

    Free from Falls Greenville, SC

    This eight week program is designed for people living with MS who are ambulatory but who may be at risk for falling. Discussion, exercise, group and individual activities are elements of this engaging format where participants will learn about: fall risks, tips and strategies to reduce risk for falling and exercises to enhance balance and safety.

    Multiple Dates
    Greenville, SC See Map
  2. IN PERSON Treating MS

    Making Treatment & Lifestyle Decisions New Bern, NC

    This program focuses on the factors that influence people with MS, as well as their physicians and family members, as they consider their treatment and lifestyle options. In the video portion of the program, you will hear from clinicians at the forefront

    New Bern, NC 28560See Map
  3. IN PERSON MS Education

    African-American Conference Columbia, SC

    This conference provides an opportunity for African-Americans and their families living with MS to become more knowledgeable about the disease, share coping tips and learn more about community resources.

    Columbia, SC See Map
  4. IN PERSON Treating MS

    Making Treatment & Lifestyle Decisions Florence, SC

    This program focuses on the factors that influence people with MS, as well as their physicians and family members, as they consider their treatment and lifestyle options. In the video portion of the program, you will hear from clinicians at the forefront of MS research and treatment discussing the issues that must be considered when looking at treatment and lifestyle decisions.

    Florence, SC See Map
  5. IN PERSON Social gatherings and networking

    MS Adventures at the NC Zoo

    Join us for a visit the North Carolina Zoo for a fun-filled day with your family! Enjoy face-to-face animal encounters, strolling the glorious gardens and natural habitats and meeting other families living with MS.

    Asheboro, NC 27205See Map
  6. ONLINE Symptom Management

    Vision Problems (.pdf)

    Current therapy for MS-related eye disorders. Discusses low-vision aids. (last updated November 2008)

  7. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Raleigh Evening Group Self-Help Group

    Self-help groups provide a chance for individuals with MS, their families, friends and other care partners to share common experiences and concerns, provide and receive emotional support, obtain information related to the disease and on various aspects of living and coping with MS. Groups are led by people with MS, and all groups are free of charge.

    Multiple Dates
  8. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Wilkesboro Self-help Group

    Self-help groups provide a chance for individuals with MS, their families, friends and other care partners to share common experiences and concerns, provide and receive emotional support, obtain information related to the disease and on various aspects of living and coping with MS. Groups are led by people with MS, and all groups are free of charge.

    Multiple Dates
    North Wilkesboro, NC 28659See Map
  9. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Fuquay-Varina Self-Help Group

    Self-help groups provide a chance for individuals with MS, their families, friends and other care partners to share common experiences and concerns, provide and receive emotional support, obtain information related to the disease and on various aspects of living and coping with MS. Groups are led by people with MS, and all groups are free of charge.

    Multiple Dates
    Fuquay Varina, NC 27526See Map
  10. ONLINE Family and Relationships

    Kids Get MS Too: A Handbook for Parents Whose Child or Teen has MS (.pdf)

    This handbook is a guide for parents with a child or teen with MS.

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