Upcoming Chapter Programs
View the Arizona Chapter calendar for a list of all upcoming programs
Free From Falls Prescott/Prescott Valley
Have you had a recent fall? Are you afraid of falling? Falls are very common among people with MS and are often associated with injuries and negative impact on quality of life.“Free From Falls” A Comprehensive Fall Prevention Program for People with MS”. This 8-week curriculum is designed for people living with MS who are able to walk (alone or with one cane, walking stick or crutch) but who may be at risk for falling. Tuesdays, July 9th – August 27th 10 – 12 PM. Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital - 3700 N Windsong Road, Prescott Valley. Registration and an application is required by June 25. Cost of the program is $60. Email Lynette.Baker@nmss.org or 480-455-3962 for more information.
No Boys Allowed
Boys Night Out in Phoenix will be meeting on Tuesday, July 9th at Tomaso’s in Phoenix
3225 E Camelback Road, Phoenix.
6-Week Chair Yoga with Maria - Tucson
Chair Yoga has proven to be helpful in managing the symptoms of MS. It increases flexibility, strength, endurance, oxygen flow and helps find deeper relaxation by balancing the body, mind and spirit.. Find out more and register.
Connect with Others
Three opportunities to learn and connect to other people impacted by MS. On May third join the 20s and 30s crowd at the ALoft Hotel-Phoenix Airport; on May 15th - the all women's group No Boys Allowed; and on July 9 the all men's group Boys Night Out. For more information contact Erika Edholm.
MS Learn Online Video Series
MS Learn Online is the National MS Society's online educational webcast series.Explore our educational videos to give yourself the power that comes with knowledge.
Listen to audio from past Society teleconferences
Listen to audio of several of our past teleconferences. Topics include: Non-Disclosure Agreement, Alternative Therapies, Bowel & Bladder Dysfunction, Depression & MS, Employment & MS, Nutrition & Exercise with MS, Research Update, and Sexuality & MS.
Now state-wide, the financial assistance program provides emergency financial assistance to people living with MS that have a need that cannot be met through their own resources or other community resources
View the Arizona Chapter Programs and Services page for more information.