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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 Social gatherings and networking

    Wayne County Luncheon

    Join us for lively discussions, support and the opportunity to meet new people with similar experiences. Restaurant varies but is always in the Newark area. Registration deadline is the Monday before the lucheon.

    Multiple Dates
  2. 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.

  3. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Plattsburgh Self Help Group

    Self-help group for people living with MS.

    Multiple Dates
  4. ONLINE MS Education

    "Términos y definiciones usados en la esclerosis múltiple: inglés-español"

    (English-Spanish MS Terms and Definitions) ¿Tiene problemas con los términos de la EM en inglés? Descargue "Términos y definiciones usados en la esclerosis múltiple: inglés-español".

  5. ONLINE Symptom Management

    Vision Problems (.pdf)

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

  6. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Glens Falls Self Help Group - Evening

    Self-help group for people living with MS.

    Multiple Dates
  7. 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.

  8. ONLINE Work

    Minimizing Your Risk of Falls (.pdf)

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

  9. ONLINE Symptom Management

    Gait or Walking Problems (.pdf)

    Walking problems and how they can be addressed. (last updated May 2010)

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