Online Event – MS Society

Online Event – MS Society

Join us to hear a presentation from Sheila Greenwood from the MS Society.

In this free, online public event Sheila will provide information about Multiple Sclerosis and where to go for support for those living with the condition. Sheila will be joined by one of the local network volunteers who has MS to provide a personal perspective into living with the condition. We will also hear about national and local support available from the MS Society.

There will be a chance to ask questions.

Register now and we will send you a link to join closer to the event:

MS Society ‘What Matters To Me’ information event

MS Society ‘What Matters To Me’ information event

An opportunity to meet with other people from the North of Tyne MS community, health, social and voluntary groups to learn about services and activities in the local area and to let MS Society know what other services you would value.

There will be a short presentation from the MS Specialist Nurse Team from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and information available from a variety of organisations.

The day will be very informal and refreshments/lunch will be provided.

Register for your free place via Eventbrite: North of Tyne ‘What matters to me’ Information Event Tickets, Fri 17 Jun 2022 at 10:30 | Eventbrite

MS Society – Finding and Filling the Gaps

A day to learn, talk and share everything linked with MS. Bringing together people affected by MS, practitioners and commissioners across health and social care in Northumbria, finding out about the latest care, treatments and the work of local services. An opportunity to identify the gaps, network and plan solutions to fill these gaps. The day will influence how people who have MS access treatments and services now and in the future.

This event from MS Society has been designed to support people affected by MS to work in collaboration with health and social care practitioners and commissioners to influence services. To achieve this, knowledge is needed of the most up to date treatments and developments for MS and this will be a big part of the day, making it an ideal learning and development opportunity for general practice, community nursing, social work, physiotherapy, emotional support, occupational therapy and many more. All aspects of living with MS, from treatments to emotional support, physical activity to symptom management will be covered.

For more information please email or call 020 8438 0828.

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