Managing symptoms

Learn about different strategies to manage specific multiple sclerosis symptoms, including fatigue, cognitive change, intimacy, bladder and bowel issues.

Upcoming programs

Webinar - Depression and multiple sclerosis

Research shows that psychological changes and difficulties are very common in people with multiple sclerosis. In fact up to 50% of people with MS may suffer from depression at some point in their life.
Dr Sally Shaw, Psychologist will talk about the symptoms and strategies to manage them.

Monday 4 September 2017 1.30pm to 2.30pm

Webinar - What is MS Fatigue?
This program will help explain the experience of fatigue for people living with multiple sclerosis. Later programs will explore management strategies.
Presenter: Tegan Hanich MS Employment Consultant - Occupational Therapist

Wednesday 13 September 2017 10.30pm to 11.30am
For more information or to register please email or call MS Connect™ (Freecall 1800 042 138).

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