Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common neurological condition in young adults in the UK, affecting around 100,000 people. This NHS sites offers comprehensive information on the condition as well as links to external sites.
The UK's largest charity for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis, offers information, advice and support. Our mission is to enable everyone affected by MS to live life to their full potential and secure the care and support they need, until we ultimately find a cure.
The MS Trust is a UK charity, providing information for anyone affected by multiple sclerosis, education programmes for health professionals, funding for practical research and campaigning for specialist multiple sclerosis services.
Shift.ms is a community for young people affected by Multiple Sclerosis. Users can share, support and interact with each other throughout the site. Register now to create a profile, plot yourself on the map and start adding your voice to the community.
The Brain and Spine Helpline is a service run by neuroscience nurses. The helpline covers all brain and spine conditions, from fairly common to the very rare, and can offer information and support on any medical or related social and emotional issues of concern.
Our aim is to provide good quality information and a range of services to help people whose lives have been affected by MS to understand and cope with the condition. We provide a range of complimentary therapies provided by qualified practitioners, to people who can attend one of our MS groups in three centres in the North East of England. Alternatively, we may be able to provide funding for your local group to provide similar therapies at a venue closer to where you live. Another service offered by MSRRF is financial grants towards the cost of aids, equipment or services, which are awarded to individuals affected by MS and to groups in the UK supporting people affected by MS.