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

Information, Resources and Referral - ATL

Information People affected by MS look to the MS Society of Canada to provide information about MS diagnosis, symptoms, treatments, research, programs and related topics such as employment, insurance and family issues. By obtaining the most up-to-date information about the disease, people affected by... Read More

  • Information Services

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

MS Connect - ATL

MS Connect MS Connect is the Atlantic Divisions bi-monthly newsletter that provides information on common topics such as volunteer opportunities, fundraising activities, local programs, treatment and research updates, and articles covering many other aspects of MS. Archived newsletters can be found... Read More

  • Education

Education Session Videos - ATL

Watch our latest education session video, Managing Energy and Fatigue with MS. Watch more of our education sessions by clicking the links below: Managing bladder problems in MS Urologist Dr. Ashley Cox hosted a webinar on April 10, 2014, to discuss common bladder problems in people with MS. Navigating... Read More

  • Education

MS Carnations of Hope Campaign - ATL

The carnation is a strong symbol in MS Communities. In 1975, this flower became Canada's most recognized symbol of hope in the quest to end multiple sclerosis when the first MS Carnation Campaign kicked off in Quebec. The MS Carnation Campaign is now the MS Society of Canada’s longest running fundraiser. Read More

  • Volunteering & Fundraising

Quality of Life Grant (Equipment) - ATL

This program assists individuals in purchasing equipment specific to their MS needs. What kind of equipment is funded? Mobility and assistive devices Minor home modifications Bathroom equipment (accessibility and safety devices) Equipment repair How much funding is available? This program funds a maximum... Read More

  • Financial Assistance

Self-Help Network - ATL

A self-help group provides a forum for interpersonal interaction to share experiences and receive mutual support and understanding. Below is a list of Self-Help Groups. Anyone with MS, (relapsing remitting, primary progressive, secondary progressive), is welcome to attend any of the groups. All of the... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Peer Support

Take Action - ATL

Priority Issues A key priority of the MS Society of Canada both nationally and provincially is focusing efforts on advocacy around issues that affect people living with MS. This work is accomplished by both the Atlantic Division Government Relations Committee and the National Government Relations Committee, Read More

  • Advocacy & Legal
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