Are you affected by MS?

The Okanagan Chapter of the MS Society meets Oct. 17.

People with MS and their family and friends face ongoing change and uncertainty. Self-help groups allow people to talk about their lives with MS in a safe environment, with others who understand. Self-help groups provide support, practical ideas and hope.

The Okanagan Chapter of the MS Society will be starting a self-help group for college and university students. The first meeting will be on Thursday, October 16th, 7 pm at the Starbucks at 210-1970 Kane Road.

For more information, please call Sherry at 250-762-5850 or e-mail sherry.wezner@mssociety.ca

 

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