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Community Program: Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation MS Center 820 NE 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK

MS affects you in physical, emotional, and social ways.  Sometimes, it dominates your life.  Learn to manage the symptoms that knock life out of balance.

Community Program: Tampa, FL

USF School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation 3515 East Fletcher Ave, Room 1011, Tampa, FL

MS affects you in physical, emotional, and social ways.  Sometimes, it dominates your life.  Learn to manage the symptoms that knock life out of balance.

TAKE CHARGE: Black Community

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Join this one-of-a-kind program to learn, set goals, and create healthy changes for your life. Plus, meet other people in the Black Community living with MS who "get it"—all in a positive, safe, at-home environment. The TAKE CHARGE® Program is a 2-day program for people in the Black Community living with MS and their support partners to connect, receive coaching, and work together to find solutions to build a brighter future.

Community Program: Solon, OH

Solon Rec Center 35000 Portz Parkway, Solon, OH

MS affects you in physical, emotional, and social ways.  Sometimes, it dominates your life.  Learn to manage the symptoms that knock life out of balance.

TAKE CHARGE: General

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Find support from people who really get it, solutions to manage your MS, and guidance for navigating the healthcare system. Join this one-of-a-kind program to learn how you can take charge of your MS, your healthcare, and your life!

Veteran’s Community Program: Seattle, WA

Tukwila Community Center 12424 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA

Find connections, learn from VA healthcare professionals, and explore resources to help you and your loved ones thrive.  This community program is designed specifically for veterans and their support partners.

How To Sleep Well Despite Your Symptoms

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There’s nothing like a good night’s sleep. We need restful sleep to fuel our bodies and our minds, balance our moods, and support our health and wellness. But restful sleep for people with MS can be hard to come by. MS symptoms like bladder problems and pain, emotional distress, depression, and primary sleep disorders like sleep apnea, can all prevent or interrupt sleep. Join our sleep specialists to learn about the factors that interfere with sleep in people with MS and the strategies that can help you get the sleep you need.

Get Started With Strategies For a Good Night’s Sleep

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Do you lie awake worrying about not getting enough sleep? Do you get up to pee so often there’s a groove in the carpet? Does every MS symptom seem to wake up and boogie every time you try to relax into sleep? There is help for your sleep! Join us to learn and problem-solve with sleep experts and others living with MS who may have just the answers you need.

Your Questions Answered: Sleep and MS

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There are no questions that are too large or too small. Your sleep is much too important for your questions to go unanswered. This program is all about learning from sleep experts and each other about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to a restful night’s sleep. We invite you to join us!

Community Program: Dallas, TX

MS affects you in physical, emotional, and social ways.  Sometimes, it dominates your life.  Learn to manage the symptoms that knock life out of balance.