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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. TELEPHONE Symptom Management

    Sex Ed for Grownups – Intimacy in MS

    MS can certainly change a romantic relationship – learn from Dr. Timothy Hlavinka, Urology San Antonio and Dr. Linda Mona, VA Long Beach how to maintain or build intimacy now that MS is in the picture.

  2. TELEPHONE Treating MS

    Preparing for MS Doctor Visits

    Learn tips to prepare for successful visits with your doctor. Kathy Costello, MSCN, Associate Vice President of Clinical Care, National MS Society shares ideas on how to build a true partnership with your provider.

  3. TELEPHONE Treating MS

    Preparing for MS Doctor Visits

    Learn tips to prepare for successful visits with your doctor. Kathy Costello, MSCN, Associate Vice President of Clinical Care, National MS Society shares ideas on how to build a true partnership with your provider.

  4. IN PERSON Exercise

    Oceanside Aquatics, Thursdays

    A low-impact form of exercise to improve strength, balance and coordination.

    Multiple Dates
  5. Emotional Health

    The Spectrum of MS: The Emotional & Physical Health of Caregivers

    Learn tips for overcoming physical and emotional exhaustion while providing valuable resources to address the challenges of caring for a loved one living with a chronic illness.

  6. IN PERSON Exercise

    Free Yoga Programs

    Stretching and breathing exercises to promote whole body relaxation and wellness.

    Multiple Dates
  7. IN PERSON Exercise

    HOPEFitness: Nassau County

    Multiple Dates
  8. IN PERSON Exercise

    HOPEFitness: Suffolk County

    Multiple Dates
  9. IN PERSON Emotional Health

    Meditate Your Way to Better Health

    The brain is a powerful force that can be your friend. Mind/body work can develop the skills needed to take charge of what shapes your life. Ruth Geller, a meditation practitioner, designed this program to improve overall health and daily performance.

    Multiple Dates
  10. IN PERSON Exercise

    Oceanside Aquatics, Mondays

    A low-impact form of exercise to improve strength, balance and coordination.

    Multiple Dates

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