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Updated on June 11, 2021

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Have you attended any of the MyMSTeam online socials yet? If not, no worries! MyMSTeam will be hosting socials every two weeks starting April 15.

These live meet-ups on Zoom are a great opportunity to meet face to face with other people who are living with or caring for someone who has MS. Join other attendees discussing topics like symptoms and treatments, and share support about all aspects of living with the condition.

Here’s what past attendees have said about the socials:

  • "Thanks so much for a great program and a great idea. I look forward to the next one. We definitely miss and need the socialization aspects of meeting together and helping each other."
  • “I don’t know how many of you on here were at the social tonight, but it was EXCELLENT! The work that was put into setting this fun meetup was thorough and all about US! If you aren’t attending, you should be! There’s no judgment, no ugly comments, and TONS of knowledge and advice to be gained.”
  • “I had a great time on the online Zoom social. I really enjoyed meeting and getting to know you guys better. Thank you for all the information and encouragement. Hopefully, we can continue supporting one another through this journey. Thank you again for helping me feel less alone in this battle. Stay strong and well.”

See below for the full schedule and details about the special guest speakers joining upcoming socials. Be sure to add these events to your calendar so you don’t miss any of these opportunities to connect and ask questions of our guests!

Live Events

Thursday
June 24

4:00 p.m. PT
7:00 p.m. ET

Online Social

Join other attendees discussing topics like symptoms and treatments, and share support about all aspects of living with the condition.

Register HERE

A MyMSTeam Member said:

I am not savvy either. I hope we receive a link where all you do is press it.

posted 13 days ago

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