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Community Programs

Connect with your local MS community. Learn from leaders in MS care. Take steps towards a healthier, happier life.

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About the program

Ready to take an active role in your MS? Gain the information you need to handle this disease with confidence.

Get personalized guidance to help you navigate the world of MS DMTs, maintain a healthy diet, stay active, and care for your mental health.

Join us to hear from the brightest professionals in MS care and forge lasting friendships in your local MS community.

This program is free to all those affected by MS, including people living with the disease, care partners, and other loved ones.

Next Program


Denver, CO


June 18




Men With MS

Learn to Live Well With MS

This program will help you develop the right strategies for improving your overall health to transform how you manage your disease.

MS Disease Modifying Therapies

With over 20 FDA-approved DMTs for MS available, the decision-making process can be overwhelming. Get the information you need to make an informed decision.

Exercise for MS

Exercise is a crucial part of wellness, and often, taking the first step can be the hardest part. With the guidance of healthcare professionals, we’ll practice some MS exercise techniques and get moving together.

Mental Health

Did you know that anxiety and depression are common symptoms of MS and not just a reaction to living with an unpredictable chronic illness? Find the tool you need to tackle the mental challenges of MS and ways to care for your well-being.

MS Diet and Nutrition

Learn about the components of a healthy
diet and how what you eat can impact
MS symptoms. Gain practical tips and
strategies for healthy eating.

What to Expect

Community Programs are in-person, full-day programs where you and your care partner will:

  • Get the support you need through engaging sessions and workshops specific to healthy living with MS.
  • Get your questions answered by an integrated team of MS specialists and doctors.
  • Practice exercises for MS that are specifically designed to help you manage your symptoms.
  • Have fun and make friends!

This program is completely free of charge for all attendees and lunch is provided!

mother and son taking notes at an MS multiple sclerosis education program
Gathering at an in-person program and hearing other people talk about their symptoms has been helpful ...Once I hear somebody else say they have a similar MS symptom, I'm like, ‘Oh my gosh, I do, too!’ and we can talk about it together.