The National MS Society, Upper Midwest Chapter offers a number of ways for young people affected by MS to get involved and gain support. For more information, contact Krista at 612-335-7937, 800-582-5296 (options 2) or email@example.com.
Youth Camp is for kids grades four through 12 who have a parent or live with a person who has MS. At this weeklong camp in western Wisconsin, campers build friendships, share great experiences and enjoy educational and recreational activities at the wonderful island campsite of Camp Icaghowan in western Wisconsin.
Keep S’myelin is an engaging and informative newsletter to help children and their parents talk and learn about MS together. Keep S'Myelin is a colorful newsletter filled with stories, interviews, games and activities that highlight a variety of topics about MS.
Pediatric Support Network
Although MS is typically thought of as an adult-onset disease, some children and teens live with MS, too. This network offers information and resources, as well as "Children and Teens with MS: A Network for Families," which provides educational and psychosocial support for families with MS. You can also contact Krista at 612-335-7937, 800-582-5296 (options 2) or firstname.lastname@example.org for direct support and information specific to your unique situation.