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Family & Carepartners


  1. A Family Caregiver Speaks Up (book)

    Full of advice for family caregivers, this one-of-a-kind book written by a family caregiver provides lessons from family caregivers across the country, tips for interacting with the healthcare system to better meet the needs of families dealing with chronic illness, and a cogent presentation of how public policy has a profound effect on even the most intimate details of life in caregiving families.

  2. Barrier-Free Travel: A Nuts And Bolts Guide For Wheelers And Slow Walkers (book)

    Authored by the editor of the leading travel magazine for people with disabilities, Emerging Horizons, this second edition of Barrier-Free Travel continues to be the definitive guide to accessible travel for those who use a wheelchair, walker or cane, or have any physical ailment that may slow down their gait.

  3. Fair Housing Rights of Seniors with Disabilities: What Seniors and Their Families Need to Know (book)

    This is a resource published by the John Marshall Law School, available for free download. It discusses housing rights of senior citizens with disabilities.

  4. Funding the Cure: Helping a Loved One with MS through Charitable Giving to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (book)

    Funding the Cure: Helping a Loved One with MS through Charitable Giving to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is an elegant, noteworthy book that instructs the reader on using charitable giving strategies for loved ones with multiple sclerosis.

  5. Lean on Me: 10 Powerful Steps to Moving Beyond Your Diagnosis and Taking Back Your Life (book)

    In the face of a medical crisis, Lean on Me shows how to navigate the healthcare waters, find hope, take positive action, and celebrate progress—and supplies authoritative information that can save your life or the life of a loved one.

  6. My MS and E (book)

    Kevin and Eleanor share an unbreakable father-daughter bond, even in the face of his ongoing struggles with multiple sclerosis. This story is a heartwarming tale of how they grow, learn, struggle, and celebrate life in their mantra of Never Stop… Never Quit…

  7. The Comfort of Home, Multiple Sclerosis Edition: An Illustrated Step-by-Step Guide for Caregivers (book)

    In collaboration with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Meyer’s new book, The Comfort of Home: An Illustrated Step-by-Step Guide for Multiple Sclerosis Caregivers, reviews caregiving options and discusses the financial and legal decisions you may encounter.

  8. TLC for MS Caregivers (book)

    TLC for MS Caregivers can help the readers get through the first uncertain and difficult days of adjustment, as well as ease the frustration through the various stages of multiple sclerosis and possible future exacerbations as time goes on.


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