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In January, Overcoming MS launched a brand-new Live Well Hub course, called Six Months to Overcoming MS! This free course is designed to help people with MS improve both mental and physical health. Check out the program here:   

Fans of PT with Patty know that Patty Glatfelter will never steer you wrong! In 2022, she assembled a list of online exercise and educational resources, available at low or no cost, that her class participants still rave about: Patty's PT Tips November 16, 2022

Patty Glatfelter has also assembled a Quick Links Sheet of all her PT with Patty sessions over the past 2 years. Look for topics that interest you, and click through to access the handouts and videos from the sessions addressing those topics: Patty's Quick Links Sheet


Hands-down, the easiest way to help raise money for the MSA, while costing you ZERO MONEY and a ONE TIME ONLY INVESTMENT OF 5 MINUTES is to sign up for King Soopers Community Rewards. Every time you shop or get gas at King Soopers, Loaf and Jug, or City Market, a percentage of your purchase is donated to the local charity of your choice. It's so easy! Please sign up, and get every friend and family member to sign up too! 


If you are looking to feel connected to others in the MS community check out this article “The 10 Multiple Sclerosis Blogs We Can’t Stop Reading” featuring blogs from both men and women living with MS who are able to share their journey with humor and offer inspiration and empowerment. 

Healthline has also rated their "Best Multiple Sclerosis Blogs of 2018".


MS Foundation Individual Grants
The MS Foundation offers individual grants ranging from Emergency Assistance for things like rent, utilities and medication to Healthcare and Homecare Assistance grants and much more. Check out their website for more information and to see if you qualify at MS Foundation


New Guidelines Released on Multiple Sclerosis Treatments

Social Cognition Issues Linked to Damage in Specific Brain Region in RRMS Patients, Study Shows

Web Portal That Detects Cognitive Changes Via Language Tests Detailed in Study

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Falls Can Kill You. Here's How To Minimize The Risk. - The New York Times

PT with Patty's Fall Recovery Special: No matter how much we train and strengthen our muscles, all of us will eventually experience a fall, and some of those falls may be consequential. In this special session, Patty led us through the steps for recovering from falls and went hands-on with the participants that joined her in-person at the MSA Offices. The program was simultaneously streamed live over Zoom. Recommended for people with MS as well as their caregivers, Recovering From a Fall may be one of the most important programs you ever view! Click through to the calendar event to download Patty's handouts and watch the session video.