Each teleconference lasts just one hour and is accessible via a toll-free number. You can ask questions or just listen to the information. Best of all, you can do so from the privacy of your own home. Participate in several calls or just the one that interests you**.
**Please note that if you would like to participate on more than one call you must register for each one separately.
Learn more about these upcoming or recorded Teleconference Series by clicking on the following links:
If you or someone close to you has recently been given a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. Or, you may be feeling so overwhelmed by the diagnosis that you aren’t sure what kinds of questions to ask. The Newly Diagnosed Teleconference Series is an opportunity to hear useful information directly from experts in the field. These experts will discuss information that is most relevant to someone who has been diagnosed with MS within the last two years.
- Below The Belt: Bladder and Bowel Issues in MS: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
- Multiple Sclerosis, Sex and Intimacy: Wednesday, May 8, 2013
- Improving Independence in Progressive MS: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
2011/2012: Parenting Skills- Developing a Tool Kit, Where is My Memory? Cognitive Changes in MS, Emerging Therapies, Using Assistive Technology for People Living with MS, Management and Rehabilitation of Advanced MS, Staying Healthy With Vitamins and Oral Supplements
Multiple sclerosis can have a significant impact on every aspect of life, including the world of work. Therefore, we are pleased to present you with a series of teleconferences on a variety of topics regarding Employment and MS.
Register Today for the 2013 Employment Teleconference Series: Career Decisions and MS.
LINKS Teleconference Series: Opportunities to Learn More About MS from the Comfort of Your Home
We are pleased to present a series of teleconferences for clients with MS and their families entitled “LINKS.” Whether you just received a diagnosis of MS or have been living with it for a long time--the goal of this series is to “link” you with information and tips on how to maintain your quality of life in the years ahead.
Caring for someone with a chronic illness like MS can be deeply satisfying. Spouses and partners, family, and friends can be drawn more closely together by their shared concerns and collaborative efforts. But caregiving can also be physically and emotionally exhausting, particularly for the primary caregiver. Guest Speaker: Dr. Rosalind Kalb