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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

Access to MS drug cost reimbursement in Ontario

Access to Provincial Drug Cost Reimbursement for MS Therapies Once a new therapy is approved by the Health Products and Food Branch of Health Canada and assessed by the Common Drug Review, the Ontario government's own team of clinical experts and two lay citizens, the Committee to Evaluate Drugs (CED), Read More

  • Information Services
  • Health and Wellness
  • Financial Assistance

Education Sessions

Every spring and fall, informative workshops and seminars on a number of different topics are held across the province. Several are held in annually across the province of Ontario. See what's currently scheduled at www.mssociety.ca/ontario-education . (Please note: sessions for fall will be planned... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • 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

Ontario Advocacy Campaign - Spring 2018

People affected by MS need real action for better lives. Ontario Election 2018 - Ask your candidates to support critical MS services! Ontarians with multiple sclerosis struggle to manage their health and survive financially in the face of an unpredictable and demanding illness. We want to elect a government... Read More

  • Advocacy & Legal

Advocacy - Ottawa

Social Action Committee What do we do? The Ottawa Chapter's Social Action Committee (SAC) was the first such committee formed within the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, predating both the Ontario Social Action Committee and the National Social Action Committee. Formed in November 1983, it has... Read More

Chapter Services - Ottawa

The Ottawa Chapter offers the following programs and services to people living with multiple sclerosis and their families. Support Groups Based on a "self-help" approach, the Ottawa Chapter brings people facing similar issues together so that they can share experiences and advice. Volunteers are recruited... Read More

  • Chapter Information

MS 101 Ontario Wide

If you are recently diagnosed with MS, join us for an important information session called MS 101 . Topics covered during MS 101 include: treatment options, coping with MS, research, and available support from the MS Society and your local chapter. Friends and family members are welcome. Sessions are... Read More

  • Education

MS Carnation Campaign - Ontario

The carnation. 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. Over $45 million has been raised... Read More

  • Volunteering & Fundraising

Quality of Life Grant for Equipment - Ontario & Nunavut

Quality of Life Grants The MS Society offers individuals living with MS a wide variety of programs that promote personal independence and contribute to an enhanced quality of life. The Quality of Life Grants are designed to provide financial assistance to those requiring support with the purchase of... Read More

  • Financial Assistance

Young Persons with MS

SomeoneLikeMe Website Publications MS Summer Camp I have MS: MS Then and Now I have MS: Jessica's Story I have MS: My Work and School Life I have MS: Aaron's Story La présente page comporte un lien vers notre ancien serveur. Veuillez déplacer la page ou le fichier hyperliés sur le site pilote (beta). Read More

  • Youth Programs
  • Education
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