Real Talk. Real Answers. Living with MS in Your 20s and 30s isn’t a support group — it’s a new and unique online program that provides young adults with MS an opportunity for candid, real, frank discussion and an opportunity to get answers to the questions that you have about living with MS.
Via Web cast events on this site, you will be able to take part in candid conversation on topics that matter to you like careers, relationships, health and wellness, nutrition and more.
MS World provides support and information about living with Multiple Sclerosis. MSWorld offers chat, message boards, a resource center, an online magazine, and most importantly, a community of people who share your daily challenges.
Lotsa Helping Hands is a free web-based service that allows family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues - the community circle of a person with MS - to more easily assist with household tasks that can become a burden during times of medical crisis. It is an easy-to-use, private group calendar, specifically designed for organizing helpers, where everyone can pitch in with meal delivery, rides, and other tasks necessary for life to run smoothly during times of medical crisis or family caregiver exhustion. It is also a place to keep these 'circles of community' informed with status updates, photo galleries, message boards, and more.
CaringBridge is a free one-stop shop that connects and updates communities of support on a person's ongoing health status, treatment, surgeries, progress in therapies and recovery. A personalized CaringBridge website helps keep others informed during difficult times. In return, family and friends give support through guestbook messages.