> Information Resource Center (IRC) - 1 800-344-4867 - Our professional staff is available to find answers to your questions and to make referrals to appropriate resources.
> Knowledge Is Power - a free, in-home educational series for people newly diagnosed with MS and their families. This comprehensive program provides up-to-date facts about many aspects of MS.
> MS Learn Online - The Society’s educational webcast series. New webcasts appear bimonthly and past webcasts can be downloaded and viewed at any time.
> MS and Employment - Developing and achieving employment goals can be accomplished despite your MS diagnosis. We offer information about making important workplace decisions, such as disclosure and your legal rights.
> Insurance and Money Matters - Information and resources for health coverage needs, staying covered when changes occur, about other types of insurance important to people with MS, and engaging in early and ongoing financial planning.
> Affordable Accessible Housing - This is often a critical element in enabling people with MS to preserve their independence and remain engaged in their communities. Whether seeking to renegotiate a mortgage, arrange home modifications, apply for rental vouchers, or explore affordable assisted living - we’ve developed a user-friendly resource to help families evaluate their housing needs and better understand the range of housing options available to them.
> Caregiver and Family Resources - The role and wellbeing of a caregiver is of critical importance. Taking care of yourself is good for you, good for your loved one, and good for the relationship you share together.
> Relationship Matters - This program can help couples strengthen their partnership and minimize the impact of MS on their life. By choosing from in-person, teleconference and online options, couples can learn techniques and information to keep their most important relationships moving forward.
> Real Talk…Real Answers - living with MS in your 20s and 30s - A web-based program designed specifically for young adults. Topics you can learn about include “MS and Your Career” and “MS and Your Relationships.”
> Pediatric MS Support - Children and Teens with MS: A Network for Families offers educational and psychosocial support for families living with MS. The Network is a collaborative effort of the National MS Society and the MS Society of Canada. Together we recognize the unique needs of these families.
> Let’s Talk MS - for Kids – for kids who have a parent with MS
> Let’s Talk MS - for Teens – for teens who have a parent with MS
> Exercise and Wellness Resources - Fitness is for everyone. Even with a neurological disorder like multiple sclerosis, it is possible for people to be fit within the limits of their disability.
> Emergency Information Cards - Available to our clients with MS, these are license-sized cards with the member's name and telephone number, and an emergency contact.