Success is when people with MS and those connected to the cause speak out on issues important to them, ask for change, and work with public officials to address them in a positive way.
In Connecticut, we have worked with the state legislature and Department of Social Services to develop and implement the Connecticut Home Care Program for the Disabled.
We have ensured that all of the disease modifying drugs are on the Connecticut Medicaid preferred drug list.
Nationally, the National MS Society led more than 100,000 people nationwide to sign the petition to increase federal funding for MS research, and secured a new avenue for MS funding for the first time ever, through the Department of Defense.
Learn about others whose lives are affected by multiple sclerosis. You'll be amazed how many ways there are to join the movement!