MS Peer Support - connect with others
Our MS Peer Support program is a great way for people affected by multiple sclerosis to connect with and support each other — both those living with the disease, and also carers, family and friends.
Giving and receiving practical and emotional support can help you understand a recent diagnosis, manage your symptoms and live well with multiple sclerosis. It’s also a great way to make new friends!
You can connect with an MS Peer Support group face to face, online, or over the phone — whatever makes you feel the most comfortable. It’s completely free to participate.
Find a group near you using our Find Local Services tool. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact MS Connect™ (Freecall 1800 042 138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) to register your interest and discuss alternative options.
You can also download a group listing of all the face-to-face MS Peer Support Groups here:
People supporting people for better health
Find out what peer support is, its role in self-management and how to get involved.