Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

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The links below will connect you with MS Society programs and external community resources to help you find the support you need to manage and cope with multiple sclerosis.

If you are unable to find what you need, please don’t hesitate to contact an MS Navigator by phone 1 (844) 859-6789 or by email at msnavigators@mssociety.ca

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Caregiver Information, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The MS Society recognizes the incredible contribution made by caregivers and is committed to supporting them through providing information on financial and legal issues, as well as other valuable resources and information. Visit the webpage below to join the MS Society Caregiver Network and receive... Read More

  • Caregivers and Families

Employment Publications, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The MS Society of Canada has two publications which speak to issues of employment and work for people affected by MS and allied diseases, including the employee/person living with MS and their employer. A Guide to Employment and Income Support (2006) MS in the Workplace: An Employer's Guide (2006) For... Read More

  • Employment

Peer Support Program

The MS Society is pleased to offer a telephone/internet peer support program for individuals living with MS. You may be newly diagnosed, you may have a specific question, or maybe you are dealing with an issue related to your MS. Sometimes the best person to talk to is someone who also has MS. Volunteers... Read More

  • Peer Support

Someone Like Me, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Someone Like Me is an online community for youth impacted by MS that provides innovative resources and activities to share stories and connect with other youthÑsomeone like you. Read posts from bloggers, participate in forums, and access information on managing the physical, emotional and social aspects... Read More

  • Youth Programs

Education/Workshops - BC & Yukon Division

Individuals Affected by MS The MS Society provides and hosts presentations and education for individuals affected by MS. Education programs provide the opportunity to increase knowledge about MS, symptoms, symptom management, research, complementary and alternative therapies, as well as to learn about... Read More

  • Education

Legal and Self-Advocacy Support from the MS Society

The MS Society of Canada aims to improve quality of life for people living with MS by increasing access to legal and advocacy supports. While services vary by region, the MS Society is continually developing a range of services that will benefit people living with MS who often face advocacy and/or legal... Read More

  • Financial Assistance
  • Advocacy & Legal

MSenger Newsletter

MSenger Msenger is a free monthly e-newsletter, distributed through e-mail monthly. The publication provides up-to-date information about local events, research, and general knowledge and tips relevant to people affected by MS. To receive your copy, please e-mail info.bc@mssociety.ca and include "MSenger"... Read More

  • Information Services
  • Health and Wellness
  • Education

Shared Voices Newsletter

Shared Voices Shared Voices is a newsletter written by people affected by MS. This publication offers human interest stories, tips, book reviews, community events and information on how to live well with MS. This is a quarterly newsletter led by volunteers and is available by mail or e-mail for members... Read More

  • Information Services
  • Education

Virtual Peer Support Group

Do you want to join a support group but the time for the one in your area just doesn't fit in your life? If the answer is yes then we may have the answer for you. A Virtual Self Help Group! Currently running the last Friday of every month - this group is open to everyone. For more information please... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Peer Support
  • Health and Wellness
  • Education

Vote to Improve #LifeWithMS - British Columbia

Thousands of British Columbians are affected each day by an unpredictable, episodic, and progressive disease - multiple sclerosis (MS) which creates serious financial and practical challenges for them and their families. Vote to Improve #LifeWithMS is about raising awareness about MS during the BC election... Read More

  • Advocacy & Legal

Equipment Provision Program - Quality of Life Grants - BC &Yukon

The Equipment Provision Program (EPP) will continue to be available via our community vendor partners. Our priority is and will be to deliver and repair equipment. Please note that there may be some delays in delivery of service in certain areas. At this time donated equipment is not being accepted, Read More

  • Recreation & Fitness

Kids Up Front

The MS Society of Canada has a strong partnership with the Kids Up Front program in Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley area. Kids Up Front distributes unused event tickets to families with children 18 years of age and younger who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend. Through this partnership, Read More

  • Youth Programs
  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Caregivers and Families

Massage- Coastal Region Chapter

West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Utopia Academy Massage, CDI College, Vancouver Career College and Langara College offer special rates for MS Society members. Click on the following for more details: West Coast College of Massage Therapy (Vancouver and Victoria campus) Massage is available in... Read More

  • Health and Wellness

MS Clinics - Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley

UBC, MS Clinic UBC Hospital 2215 Westbrook Mall Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z3 Ph: 604-822-7131 Fax: 604-297-9685 Visit their website here Burnaby, MS Clinic Burnaby Hospital 3935 Kincaid Street Burnaby, BC, V5G 2X6 Ph: 604-412-6405 Fax: 604-412-6407 Abbotsford, MS Satellite Clinic Abbotsford Regional Hospital... Read More

  • Health and Wellness

Peer Support Groups - Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley

Looking for support in your community? Why not join a peer support group? Peer Support Groups are a wonderful way to connect to other people affected by MS to exchange information, share stories, learn from each other, and socialize. If you are interested in starting a Group in your community, please... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Peer Support

Take Action - BC and Yukon Division

Thank you for Taking Action for People with MS. Together, you sent over 2,700 emails to candidates throughout the province using our e-advocacy tool, asking for changes. There are over 12,000 people in BC living with and affected by multiple sclerosis. We will continue to advocate for changes that will... Read More

  • Advocacy & Legal

Transportation in the Fraser Valley

Fixed-route Bus Service The Fixed-route Bus Service provides low-floor or ramp-equipped buses for wheelchair and scooter access. Agassiz – Harrison Regular bus service are wheelchair accessible with either low-floor buses or lift-equipped buses. There is not frequent service, so if a bus runs once per... Read More

  • Travel and Transportation

Volunteer Legal Advocacy Program - BC & Yukon

VLAP assists people affected by multiple sclerosis in BC and the Yukon address legal challenges with the help of lay volunteers and lawyers who provide pro-bono legal advice or representation. General information and education Information about advocacy and legal topics, including income security, human... Read More

  • For Healthcare Professionals
  • Advocacy & Legal

Community Recreation & Wellness Programs - Vancouver Island

Check out the NEW Adapted and Accessible Recreation and Leisure Guides! Now available! Click here to view and download the guides Don't see a program in your community or the program you're looking for? Contact us to volunteer today! Nanaimo Specialty Fitness Tuesdays: 12:30 - 1:30pm 2020 Sessions:... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Recreation & Fitness
  • Peer Support
  • For Healthcare Professionals

Peer Support Groups - Vancouver Island

Looking for support in your community? Why not join a group? Peer Support Groups are a wonderful way to connect to other people affected by MS to exchange information, share stories, learn from each other, and socialize. If you are interested in attending or starting a Peer Support Group in your community, Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Peer Support
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