From support to manage your physical and mental wellbeing, to our financial health check, we’re here to make sure you don't have to face the pandemic alone.
These free services are available to anyone with MS and their families in Scotland:
Information overload can feel confusing. We’re here with friendly, factual and up-to-date information to meet your needs.
We’ll let you know about services in your area you can call on, including ones we run.
Our virtual service offers 4 one-to-one physiotherapy sessions with a trained and certified neuro-physiotherapist.
They also provide a tailored programme of web support to help you maintain your mobility, strength, balance and function.
We know this can be an anxious time for everyone. Our free, confidential counselling service is available for you or your family members, no matter where you live in Scotland.
Our trained counselors are on hand to listen and help you deal with the concerns, anxieties and emotions you're facing.Email email@example.com or call 0131 335 4081.
Our financial wellbeing sessions are here for you to provide one-to-one support for you to discuss real life money issues including benefits, household bills, debt, grants and employment.
We can give you top tips and guidance to help you improve your financial health. And help you find the support you need.
Our ever growing programme of wellbeing sessions offer information, learning and most importantly-some fun! We're also hosting a range of local social sessions across Scotland to help people keep connected.
We really do think there’s something for everyone, with a range of creative, emotional and movement sessions on offer.
What else do you need to know?
You must be over 18 to use these services.
Our Wellbeing Hub is run by the MS Society Scotland and funded by the Scottish Government’s Wellbeing Fund.
Our services are running from June to August 2020 and are available by Zoom, phone and email.
Questions? Talk to usFor more information about any of the services on offer please get in touch, we’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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We don’t want anyone in our MS community to feel alone during this crisis. And that means we need your support.
We’re rapidly expanding our services and tailoring them so anyone who needs us can get help online or over the phone.
Our MS Helpline has seen a big increase in calls - we want to answer every single one.
Will you help us be there for everyone by making a donation?