10 MS Support Organizations You Should Know About

10. Disabled Peoples’ International (DPI)

Disabled Peoples International (DPI) describes itself as “a human rights organization committed to the protection of the rights of people with disabilities and the promotion of their full and equal participation in society.” The organization was created in 1981 and it works by representing disabled people in more than 130 countries through active membership of national organizations.

Learn more here.

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2 comments

  1. Janet says:

    I love reading your posts but I do not understand why do you would make MS patients that often suffer from tremors have to navigate (scroll down and then hit the small next page icon) through these pages multiple times in order to read the entire article?

    And the reCAPTCHA is making me use my mouse to capture the sign. Spasticity makes this torture. HELP

    • Tim Bossie says:

      We are sorry for the inconvenience in navigating the post. We are working on new formatting for this year to help with this. Thank you for the feedback, we appreciate it very much.

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