The Delaware Chapter of the National MS Society is a community of individuals who are committed to achieving a world free of MS. The Chapter helps over 1,550 Delawareans living with MS, and their loved ones, who are impacted by MS to move their lives forward.
Upcoming Delaware Events
Delaware Programs & Services
LINKS Teleconference Series
We are pleased to present a series of teleconferences for clients with MS and their families entitled “LINKS.” Whether you just received a diagnosis of MS or have been living with it for a long time--the goal of this series is to “link” you with information and tips on how to maintain your quality of life in the years ahead.
This nine week series will run Tuesday nights (7-8 pm) from April 2 through May 28, 2013. Each call will be conducted using a toll-free number, so you can call from the comfort of your home. Participate in several calls or just the one that interests you. Click here for more information and to register.
UD Assessment Clinic
Schedule a FREE ‘pit stop’ with the MS Assessment Program at the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Department. It is designed for those who feel they have some level of functional loss, particularly for those who have not had an assessment done in the last 2 years. The assessment may consist of one or more of the following services:
Physical Therapy Assessment
Occupational Therapy Assessment
Assistive Device Assessment
Bowel and Bladder Management Consult
The number of appointments are limited and the slots can fill up quickly so don’t delay! Call Carol Cave at (302) 655-5610 ext. 86114 to schedule an appointment.
Learn more here.
Delaware Housing Workshop
Worried about missing a mortgage payment? Facing foreclosure? Meet with experts on June 10th or 11th to learn about ways you can get help to save your home. For more information click here.
This is a courtesy postiing for a third party event and is not affiliated with the Delaware Chapter
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