It’s very rare, but it does happen: MS has been diagnosed in children as young as two. These families struggle with isolation as well as with all the uncertainties of multiple sclerosis, but the National MS Society is one thing they can count on.
UCSF Regional Pediatric MS Center
The UCSF Regional Pediatric MS Center offers the latest in comprehensive care and treatment for children with MS, as well as the information and support their families need.
Keep S’myelin is a colorful, engaging, informative, and reassuring newsletter to help children and their parents talk and learn about MS together.
The National MS Society offers three kinds of telephone support to the parents and relatives of youth with MS.
If you have a child or teen with MS, the National MS Society can help you ensure that your child gets appropriate treatment from your school system.
Youth Self-Help Group
Our support network for youth living with MS provides the opportunity for youth to meet others in a similar situation.