Connecting to Your Community
Your connection with friends, family and others affected by MS is vital to keep you moving. Stay connected through our kids' camp, family and caregiver programs, self-help groups and social outings that keep you plugged in when it matters most.
Caring for someone with a chronic illness like multiple sclerosis can be deeply satisfying. Partners, family, and friends can be drawn more closely together when they meet the challenges. Care giving can also be physically and emotionally exhausting, especially for the person who is the primary caregiver.
When just starting out, Multiple Sclerosis can be hard to understand, and even harder to talk about... especially with children. Find out more about resources for children with loved ones with MS.
Keep S'myelin is a colorful newsletter filled with stories, interviews, games, and activities that highlight a variety of topics about multiple sclerosis.
Timmy’s Journey to Understanding MS is an animated cartoon that shares a little boy’s adventure learning about MS.
Let's Talk MS - for Teens is a website community set up by the National MS Society of Canada specifically for teens, featuring a message board, a chat room, information and resources and stories from teenagers.
Young Persons With MS: A Network for Families with a Child or Teen with MS
As young children and teenagers are being diagnosed with a disease that was once thought to strike only adults, it is essential that families can find support to avoid feeling isolated. The Young Person’s Network exists to support families who have a child or teen diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) or a related demyelinating disease.
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter is dedicated to achieving a world free of MS. WHAT WILL YOU DO TO CREATE A WORLD FREE OF MS?