Connecticut Chapter programs for people newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis provide accurate and up-to-date information about MS in order to help you make well-informed decisions, successfully take on the challenges that often accompany a diagnosis of MS and begin to understand and gain control over this unpredictable disease.
Newly Diagnosed Programs
Designed specifically for people with MS who have been diagnosed in the last three years.
Knowledge is Power
An at-home educational program about multiple sclerosis for people who are newly diagnosed, or for family members and friends interested in exploring the issues that challenge many people with MS. Click here for more information.
"Can We Talk?”
This teleconference series is toll free and designed to make information easily accessible from the comfort of your home. Call in to hear from experts about topics relevant to you. A live Q&A session will be held toward the end of each call. Family members are encouraged to participate. Click here to find the date of the next scheduled call.
MS Learn Online
A monthly Internet program featuring in-depth analysis of various topics relevant to people with MS. Click here for more information.