March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) recognizes March as MS Awareness Month. MSAA urges everyone to help raise awareness of multiple sclerosis throughout your community and help improve the lives today for people with MS and their families.

MSAA offers the following ways to learn about MS and support the MS community:

  • --Visit our website, mymsaa.org, which provides easy access to vital information, resources, and tools right from your desktop, mobile phone, or tablet.
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  • --Read one of our publications, including MSAA's award-winning magazine, The Motivator, and the recently published annual MS Research Update with the latest developments in MS treatments and research.
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  • --Attend one of MSAA's educational events for people with MS and their care partners – check our Calendar of Events to find upcoming programs happening in your area.
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  • --Visit MSAA's 2014 Art Showcase, featuring creative and beautiful artwork by individuals with MS.
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  • --Register for Swim for MS! Swim for MS encourages volunteers to create their own swim challenge while recruiting online donations to support MSAA's free programs and services.
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  • --Make a donation that will directly help MSAA continue to advance our mission of improving lives today for the entire MS community.
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  • --Be on the lookout for MSAA's new online Aquatic Center launching later this month, featuring resources, tips, and inspirational stories!
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  • --Become a part of MSAA's online community. Sign up to receive periodic email updates, follow MSAA on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, and view one of MSAA's YouTube videos.
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  • --Help to spread MS awareness by using MSAA's "March is MS Awareness Month" badge as your social media profile picture (right-click the image at the bottom of this page, save it to your computer, then use it on your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn account profile pictures)

 

For more information about MS Awareness Month or any of MSAA's programs and services, please contact Sarah Masino, community relations coordinator at (800) 532-7667, extension 122 or via email at smasino@mymsaa.org.