Here at MS Together, we want to make sure that young people don't need to face MS alone.
MS is a lifelong condition that affects your brain and spinal cord. More than 130,000 people in the UK have MS and an additional 100+ people are diagnosed each week. MS is most commonly diagnosed in people in their 20s and 30s and it's the most common central nervous system condition that affects young adults.
We know that being diagnosed with MS is always hard, but if it happens during your teens, 20's or early 30's, we understand that there are so many other things going on in your life. You may be finishing your exams, going to university, dating, moving house, starting your career, starting a family, changing your career, going travelling, and so much more!
So, we want to be a catalyst for positive change to help support young people in the MS community. The whole purpose of MS Together is to provide a safe and friendly environment where younger people living with MS can meet, share their stories and support one another throughout their MS journeys.
We want to make sure that we are there for you every step of the way - through both the good and the bad times, because together, we are stronger.