Community Health Relations - If you are a person living with MS or have a connection to someone living with MS, you can provide the doctor’s office or health care facilities with information about MS and other materials. Training is required prior to starting.
Peer Visitor - As a volunteer, you can offer a listening ear, information and encouragement to peers affected by MS who are living in skilled nursing facilities. Volunteers should be someone who has lived with MS or with a family member with MS for at least two years. Specialized training is required prior to starting. Learn more about the Chapter’s peer support program.
Support Group Facilitator - Volunteers living with MS and volunteer care partners facilitate monthly self-help or social group meetings for sharing information and getting advice from experts. Volunteers will need to undergo training and will need to be familiar with resources in the community. Learn more about the Chapter’s support group program.
For more information or if you have any questions please contact Jocelyn Cheng, Manager, Volunteer Development at 1-800-344-4867 or VolunteerIllinois@nmss.org.
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