11 Multiple Sclerosis Organizations You Should Know About

10. American Disability Association

The American Disability Association (ADA) aims to meet the information needs of all Americans with disabilities and to promote awareness of disability culture by building understanding among all people, and enhancing its collective quality of life and access to freedom. The organization works by identifying problems and strengths in individual communities and interconnecting communities. It encourages free sharing of information and resources, and establishing partnerships.

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3 comments

  1. Caroline says:

    Where is NARCOMS? It should be first on the list, I think.

    “NARCOMS is a global registry for Multiple Sclerosis research, treatment, and patient education. The Registry is an active database of over 38,000 persons with Multiple Sclerosis.”

    This organization is linked to the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers.

    These sites are where the serious work is reflected.

  2. Dennis says:

    Why no mention of Can Do MS, an exceptionally intelligent source of MS education? (MSCanDo.org)

    Why no mention of the MS Cure Fund? (MSCureFund.org)

    Why no mention of MS news and views?

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