Information for people with MS and support
This section contains information on specific organisations and charities that provide information, advice and support to people with MS.
If you have any queries or feedback about the Wandsworth Multiple Sclerosis Resource please email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘We’re fighting to improve treatment and care to help people with MS take control of their lives. And with your support, we’re funding research to help beat MS for good’.
MS Society Wandsworth branch: Provides help and advice for people with MS and their carers. If you would like support or advice or are able to volunteer then please do make contact.
The Wandsworth Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society runs a monthly social meeting, which is held on the 4th Thursday of the month (except December) in the Fitzjohn Room of the Earlsfield Library, Madgalen Road, between 2.00pm and 4.00pm. All are welcome to attend and enjoy a cup of tea, cakes, card games, conversation and quizzes. There is also a yoga class. The local branch produces a newsletter and sometimes holds special events.
Wandsworth Group contact number: 07526 574 808
Wandsworth Group main email: Wandsworth@mssociety.org.uk
‘The MS Trust is dedicated to making life better for people living with multiple sclerosis by providing free information to everyone affected by MS and by supporting the health professionals who work with multiple sclerosis.’
MS-UK is a charity dedicated to providing advice, information and support to anyone affected by multiple sclerosis; that means families, carers, health professionals, friends and colleagues as well as the person with MS’.
Shift MS: Shift.ms is the social network for people with multiple sclerosis. Founded by MSers, for MSers, the charity supports many thousands of recently diagnosed people across the world as they make sense of MS. It’s independent and it’s free
Overcoming MS: [insert and hyperlink to: https://overcomingms.org/about-us] Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis is a global charity with a growing community of people from around the world who are making lifestyle changes to help manage their symptoms and live well with multiple sclerosis.
MS Therapy Centre : Every week we help up to 100 local people with MS by providing a range of therapies, including physiotherapy, massage and exercise, to help them manage their condition and maintain their independence
Bradbury House, The Mount, Lloyd Avenue, Coulsdon CR5 2QS Tel: 020 8660 1181 Email: email@example.com
muMS UK: An online supportive group for mums who have Multiple Sclerosis and live in the UK. The group is open to mums, mums to be and ladies who are planning on starting a family, who have been diagnosed or are under investigation for Multiple Sclerosis. Available to join through muMS UK on facebook, twitter or email at muMS_UK@aol.co.uk
My Spirited Friends: ‘My Spirited Friends a social group created for people under the age of forty who have MS and their carers, friends, partners, family members or anyone else you would like to bring, who want to have a social gathering and to meet regularly in the London area. The group was set up in October of 2007 and since the My Spirited Friends creation, the social gatherings have gone from strength to strength with people from all over London and even outside of the city meeting up and having a good time’
Jooly’s joint: An online chat and support for people with MS.