Dealing with MS in Your Important Relationships
This document talks about ways to maintain the balance of a hectic schedule while living healthy. Relationships, parenting, disclosure and other topics can be found here.
There are a variety of areas that you can be active in to help you stay well. Click here to find out about complimentary and alternative medicines, exercise, nutrition and taming stress, among others.
Physical Wellness Here in the Greater New England Chapter
Click here for details of the Physical Wellness program here at our chapter, including locations of participating wellness providers.
Our MS Encompass program occurs at the YWCA in Worcester, MA. They provide access to an accessible pool, cardio equipment, strength training room and aerobics classes.
Managing MS is an ongoing process, beginning with the very first symptoms and continuing throughout the disease course. It’s never too soon or too late to think about how to access high quality care. Knowing what to look for, where to find it, and how to work effectively with your doctor and other health professionals is essential to your health and quality of life.
Getting the Care You Need
Find the information important to you about finding appropriate care, making the most of each doctor’s visit, and staying healthy.
Learn about MS in general, including how MS is diagnosed, symptoms and treatments of the disease.
Information about disease modifying drugs, symptom management, managing exacerbations as well as complimentary and alternative medicine.
|Ask the Doctor
The Greater New England Chapter has a unique opportunity for you to “Ask the Expert” any question related to MS that you might have. A physician will get back to you.
Dr. Ellen Lathi, one of the experts for Ask the Experts
Knowledge is Power
Knowledge Is Power (KIP) provides information about dealing with one of the greatest challenges presented by MS—the unpredictability and uncertainty of the future. KIP is a free, at-home educational series for people newly diagnosed with MS and their families.
Learn about the hidden symptoms related to MS.
Our print brochure (available through the chapter) titled “But You Look So Good!”.
This is a video review for a video available through our lending library (see the lending library page for information on how to order). This video focuses on several people newly diagnosed with MS who have no visible signs of the disease.