Resources for MS care partners

Caring for someone with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) can be as fulfilling as it is exhausting. No matter what the case may be for you and the person you're supporting, it's important to remember that both of you are in this journey together. We have resources to help you every step of the way.

Educate yourself about relapsing MS

Learn about the medications

Working together to weigh the medication options can be empowering. That way, when the two of you meet with your healthcare team, you can feel more informed about your decisions.
Download the doctor discussion guide to help the two of you start a conversation

Ask how you can help

Sometimes a person with relapsing MS might simply want your help finding and digesting information about relapsing MS and medications. Other times, this person might want moral support. Being an advocate for them is the kind of support anyone would appreciate.
Explore our support services together

Sometimes the best kind of support is just being there for the other person. Relapsing MS can be unpredictable. People with relapsing MS tell us that patience is highly valued, especially as you learn how to communicate about and deal with the challenges you face with relapsing MS. A kind word or thoughtful gesture is welcome anytime.

Download one of our helpful care partner fact sheets

These downloadable PDFs are designed to help you care for your loved one who is living with relapsing MS, whether they’re your parent, close friend, or partner.

More care partner resources

Here are some great resources for care partners of people with relapsing MS:
Caregiver Action Network: Provides care partners with tips, newsletters, and updates.

Caregiving.com: Offers a monthly newsletter, weekly tips, and a support center full of stories written and sent in by other care partners.

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