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Your MS Together Resource Center

This is where we share any resources that our members or the MS community have found useful.

**Please bear in mind that your MS nurse or neurologist is your first point of contact for medical queries and concerns; that's what they're there for, and they'll be happy to put your mind at ease.  

MS Society

The MS Society has regularly updated information on MS and COVID-19, including the opinions of various neurologists on DMTs.


MS-UK Counselling is confidential and is for people who have a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) and live in the UK. It is the only service of its kind available in the country. Counsellors do not offer advice or tell you what to do but help you to talk about your experiences to make it easier to find a way forward.


The NHS’s Every Mind Matters website has practical advice on mental health, including how to look after yours while you have to stay at home, and steps you can take to manage any anxiety you may feel about COVID-19.

My MS Gym

My MS Gym is a movement and mind-set training resource and community for people with MS. You will find lots of safe exercises to do while you are at home.

MS Trust

The MS Trust have a tool called MS Decisions to help filter and compare the different types of disease modifying drugs (DMDs) that are available to treat relapsing MS.

MS-UK have created an accredited e-learning course that can help you learn more about MS and how you can support someone with MS. It takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours to complete.


MS Society

MS research has never been more exciting. Get the latest news and updates from researchers all over the world on the MS Society website.


MS Together may not be enough support for you if you're struggling. However whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They can be there for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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