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    1. Ask an MS Navigator

      The Society's MS Navigators help identify solutions and provide access to the resources you are looking for. Call 1-800-344-4867 or see "More info" to contact us online.

    2. Insurance Resources

      Information and resources to help people with MS overcome common obstacles to getting and keeping health coverage.

    Resources

    1. Self Advocacy for Medical Care and Long Term Care (.pdf)

      This guide is intended to help people with multiple sclerosis engage in self advocacy to better understand and guide their medical care, and, as necessary, manage their long-term care

    2. Wisconsin Medigap Prescription Drug Helpline

      This helpline at 1-855-677-2783 is for beneficiaries age 60 and older with questions about Medicare Part D.

    3. Diability Drug Benefit Helpline

      This helpline at 1-800-926-4862 is for persons under 60 who receive Medicare coverage due to a disability and have questions about prescription drug coverage.

    4. Medicare Helpline

      This helpline at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) is for all beneficiaries of Medicare.

    5. Medicaid Helpline

      This helpline at 1-800-362-3002 is for all beneficiaries of Medicaid.

    6. Curing MS: How Science Is Solving Mysteries of Multiple Sclerosis (book)

      Dr. Weiner is at the cutting edge of MS research and drug development, and he describes in clear and illuminating detail the science behind the symptoms and how new drugs may hold the key to “taming the monster.” In Curing MS, Dr. Weiner teaches us the “Twenty-one Points” of MS, a concise breakdown of the knowns and unknowns of the disease; tells stories from the frontlines of laboratories and hospitals; and offers a message of hope that a cure can—and will—be found.

    7. One-Handed in a Two-Handed World (book)

      One-Handed in a Two-Handed World is known as the "bible" for occupational therapists and other healthcare and rehabilitation professionals who work with patients who are temporarily or permanently one-handed. This is the only book of practical advice for managing activities of daily living one-handedly.

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