myMS support programme
myMS support programme
The myMS support programme is designed to help you navigate every part of life, whether that's getting your MS team together, having a conversation at work about your changing needs, or looking at the role diet can play in fatigue management.
Some of the topics the programme covers include:
- Mental health and emotional wellbeing
- Pain and fatigue management
- MS and employment
The talkhealth MS support programme covers a wide range of topics that can help both newly diagnosed patients, and is a good reminder for those who have been living with the condition for some time.
It has good information.
This 14-week programme is very thorough and covers all the essential topics for anyone who is newly diagnosed with MS, and their support village. Well worth signing up to understand the ins and outs of this condition.
At times, it felt too detailed, and I thought it would have benefitted from more interaction and engagement from other Msers taking the programme.
A series of interactive interviews and Q&A sessions would really enhance the myMs Support Programme to encourage engagement and discussions. Guest speakers to accompany topics may add additional interest too.
All of your MS questions answered - your one-stop platform for any health need-to-knows!
This was a very understandable and well thought out topic for people with MS and their carers. Every topic was interesting and well thought out with loads of tips and tricks to use along the way. I would highly recommend people to access it.
I found the information very helpful, and well laid out, in stages. MS is a strange disease in that if you had 300 people, many of them might share a/or several symptom/s with 10% of the other 270, but it would not be the same symptom, everyone's' group of symptoms will be different, and having this support programme is a good starting point, for discussion with your MS nurse, your GP. It gives you the tools to get through the system of a disease which is both confusing, frightening, and just plain 'exasperating' [polite term] I think for those newly diagnosed it will be very helpful, and for those of us whose 'diagnosis' came in the late 70's, with a final clinical diagnosis in the mid 80's, it still provides a framework acting as a reference, because this disease will still throw a spanner in your works, long after you had thought it had finished messing about with your life.