The MS Society Website provides a wide range of practical help. What is MS? About MS, Causes, Diagnosis, Types of MS, Signs & Symptoms, Treatments & Therapies:
MS Support: Emotional Support, Benefits, Work and Money, Health & Social Care, Driving & Mobility, Carers & Families
MS Latest News & Research
The MS Trust Website provides information for anyone living with, and affected by multiple sclerosis, provides education programmes for health professionals, funding for practical research and campaigning for specialist multiple sclerosis services. It also provides up-to date research information.
National MS Therapy Centres:
MS UK provides support and information to anyone affected by MS.
Information and advice for people who have neuro progressive conditions such as MS, Huntingdons's Disease, Parkinsons and Motor Neuron Disease and their families.
Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living (LCiL) provides useful information and advice on:
Support for Independent Living
Grapevine – Disability Information
Your Call – Telephone Counselling Service
VOCAL provides practical and emotional support for carers.
Neurological Alliance of Scotland is an umbrella body of organisations and groups representing people living with or affected by a neurological condition. They are always interested in your experiences of what really matters to you when you receive services from health, social services or the voluntary sector or self-manage your condition.
The Alliance - Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland provides information, advice and support on Self-Management for people living with long-term health conditions.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
LDN is a drug that may help regulate a dysfunctional immune system in autoimmune diseases such as Cancers, HIV/Aids, Fibromyalgia, MS, Crohn's etc. LDN can be prescribed "off-label" on the NHS and has few side effects. Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases in the USA since 1985 with few initial side effects.
A great resource for people living with a progressive disability:
South East Scotland Neurological Services