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Staying Independent: Driving with MS

A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis doesn’t have to prevent you from staying independent. Learn about adaptations—such as hand controls—to keep you in the driver’s seat.

  1. Choosing the Mobility Device that's Right for You- Part 1 (video)

    Jean Minkel, Senior Vice President of Rehabilitation Services, at the Independent Care System of NY, discusses how to choose the wheeled mobility device that's right for you. Part 1 focuses on the importance of undergoing an evaluation. Part 2 provides an overview of wheeled mobility options. To activate the closed captions when playing the videos on YouTube, click on the CC button on the toolbar that appears below the video, and select on.

  2. Choosing the Mobility Device that's Right for You- Part 2 (video)

    Jean Minkel, Senior Vice President of Rehabilitation Services, at the Independent Care System of NY, discusses how to choose the wheeled mobility device that's right for you. Part 1 focuses on the importance of undergoing an evaluation. Part 2 provides an overview of wheeled mobility options. To activate the closed captions when playing the videos on YouTube, click on the CC button on the toolbar that appears below the video, and select on.

  3. Coordinating Attendant Care and Available Resources (video)

    Brought to you by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Featuring Stephen W. Dale, Esq. LL.M

  4. Driving and MS (video)

    Part of Mood & Cognition in MS: What You Can Do

  5. Driving Evaluation: A Step Towards Independence

    Multiple sclerosis doesn’t have to mean you stop driving. A driving evaluation can be a step towards maintaining your independence and confidence as a driver with MS.

  6. Feeling Alone with Primary-Progressive MS (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about feeling alone with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis.

  7. Free From Falls Part 1 (video)

    Free From Falls is a comprehensive fall prevention program for people with multiple sclerosis. This DVD provides an introduction and overview of fall risk and prevention. The target audience is people with MS who are ambulatory (alone or with a cane, walking stick or crutch). Part one of a two-part series.

  8. Free From Falls Part 2 (video)

    Free From Falls is a comprehensive fall prevention program for people with multiple sclerosis. This DVD provides an introduction and overview of fall risk and prevention. The target audience is people with MS who are ambulatory (alone or with a cane, walking stick or crutch). Part two of a two-part series.

  9. Lesions and Primary-Progressive MS (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about the absence of lesions on the MRI of a person with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis.

  10. Long Term Care Options for Younger People Living with MS (video)

    Developed by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Featuring Robert F. Brogan, Esq., CELA

  11. Medical Self Advocacy: Disability Care Centers (video)

    This video features a discussion with Rachel Stacom, ANP, MSCN, who talks about how people with multiple sclerosis can use disability care centers.

  12. Medical Self Advocacy: Palliative Care (video)

    This video features Maura Del Bene, NP-P, ANP, who talks about palliative care and multiple sclerosis.

  13. Progressive MS - Treatment & Lifestyle Decisions (video)

    Explores the factors people must consider when making treatment and lifestyle decisions, including when to begin treatment, the role information overload can play in decision making, and how to weigh the benefits and risks of a treatment or lifestyle decision. Excerpt from 2013 North American Education Program.

  14. Staying Independent: Driving with MS (video)

    A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis doesn’t have to prevent you from staying independent. Learn about adaptations—such as hand controls—to keep you in the driver’s seat.

  15. When Relapsing-Remitting Becomes Secondary-Progressive MS (video)

    This video features Mary Hughes, MD, who answers a viewer's question about when relapsing-remitting becomes secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis.

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