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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. Employment

    A 21st Century Approach to Job Searching

    Network your way to your next job. Learn about the role online job boards and social networking websites can play in your job search. This program will include an optional online component for those who have internet access.

  2. IN PERSON Financial Planning

    Affordable Accessible Housing: A Guide for People with MS on Long Island

    Guide to local resources for locating affordable accessible housing, such as the Section 8 Program, mortgage assistance programs, Medicaid waiver programs, etc.

  3. Employment

    Considerations for Career Changers

    Are you having difficulty with your current job? Are you considering changing careers but need direction? This program will explore the necessary steps to effectively navigate through this transition.

  4. Employment

    Discrimination on the Job

    Think you’ve been discriminated against on the job? Want to know the signs to look for? Learn how to spot discrimination on the job, what steps to take, and where to turn for help. Get informed and know your rights in the workplace.

  5. Employment

    Don’t Do It Alone: Employment Resources

    Learn about agencies and resources available to help you gain and maintain employment

  6. Employment

    Get Informed: Legal Protections in the Workplace

    Learn about key employment laws, such as ADA and FMLA, and how you can use them to make an informed decision about employment

  7. Employment

    Home-Based Employment: What Employers Want

    Learn from employers about what they look for when hiring people to work from home.

  8. Employment

    How to Apply for Jobs in the Federal Government

    Learn about special hiring programs for people living with disabilities and how to navigate the federal system from a regional recruitment coordinator with the U.S. Department of Labor.

  9. Employment

    Managing Challenging Resumes

    Do you need to restructure your resume due to gaps, layoffs, or a career change? Are you over 50 and need a resume makeover? HR professionals will address these and other resume challenges.

  10. Employment

    Managing Cognitive Issues on the Job

    Cognitive Symptoms such as poor memory, decelerated processing of information, and distractibility can be particularly challenging to people leaving work prematurely. This program will address these and other common cognitive symptoms and provide practica

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