If you or a loved one have been affected—or may be affected—by a hurricane, wildfire, or other natural disaster, we can help. Review our comprehensive information and resources on emergency and disaster planning. We can also connect you to emergency shelters and other critical needs now, or other resources after the initial emergency has passed, such as temporary living assistance, medical equipment, medications, emotional support, or other challenges to your quality of life. Please call 1-800-344-4867 to connect with an MS Navigator, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Adult Day Programs—These guidelines will be most helpful to those day programs that have little or no experience serving people with MS. Included in the document is basic information about multiple sclerosis and specific recommendations, practical tips, and best practices as they relate to intake & assessment, clinical implications, psychosocial issues, activities & wellness, rehabilitation, and staffing & physical plant.
Assisted Living—Guidance to administrators and staff of assisted living facilities that are seeking to develop effective service plans for residents with multiple sclerosis. These guidelines address the unique set of clinical conditions of residents with MS and provide recommendations to maximize their quality of life.
Nursing Home Care—Information on clinical practice, practical tips and best practices with regard to nursing and daily care, rehabilitation, psychosocial needs and cognitive issues, assisting families with the nursing home admission process, training materials, and resources for health care professionals.
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Public Health Insurance Programs, Medicaid is public health coverage that provides access to health services for individuals and families with low income and assets, as well eligible persons with a disability.
Missouri Code of State Regulations, Title 19 - Department of Health and Senior Services
Illinois Code of State Regulations
Missouri Pioneer Network (MC5)
Illinois Pioneer Coalition
Ombudsman St. Louis
Ombudsman Program, consists of professional and specially trained staff and volunteer ombudsman who are assigned to long-term care facilities weekly, develop rapport with residents and provide advocacy,support and education about their rights.
American Healthcare Association
National Association of Activity Professionals
St. Louis Area Agency on Aging
Illinois Area Agency on Aging
Private Duty Association
American College of Health Care Administrators
National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration
American Medical Directors Association
National Association of Social Workers
American Therapeutic Recreation Association