National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Medical providers that specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and symptoms related to MS.
Licensed professionals and community based programs providing caregiver support, family support and education.
Attorneys and legal services with expertise in claims and civil matters related to MS.
Programs offering financial assistance, grants or loans for accessibility, housing and pharmaceutical needs.
Services and providers for home accessibility, ramps, elevators and lifts, transportation, vehicles and mobility equipment.
Assisted living facilities, chore and personal care assistance, and adult day care programs.
Local aging services that also serve individuals with disabilities of any age, centers offering independent living skills training, personal advocacy, information and referral and peer counseling and access to service dogs.
Durable medical equipment, incontinence supplies, wheelchairs (power and manual), scooters, hoyer lifts, aids to daily living products such as reachers, adaptive eating utensils, canes and walkers, and cooling vests/cooling equipment.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society does not endorse any of the providers listed here.
The information contained in Find Doctors & Resources is thought to be reliable but is not guaranteed to be accurate.
It is compiled from provider descriptions of their own services as well as other public data sources and is subject to change without further notice.
For those providers listed as Partners in MS Care or Center for Comprehensive Care, the Society approves those resources to ensure they meet specific criteria of the National MS Society.
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