MS support

MS Support

There is support for people with MS from a number of different organisations, some of which are listed below. Please note these are external organisations and websites. The Berkshire MS Therapy Centre cannot take responsibility for their content.

MS Society

The MS Society is the largest MS charity in the UK. As well as investing into research, it publishes information leaflets, has a free helpline and provides grants for people living with MS. 

Helpline: 0808 800 8000      

Email      

Website: www.mssociety.org.uk

As well as the national services offered the MS Society have several local branches in the area including:

Reading, Wokingham and Districts

Newbury        

East Berkshire 

Basingstoke and District


MS Trust

The MS Trust is a charity which works to make a difference today for the more than 100,000 people living with MS in the UK. If you have a question about MS, you can contact them or take a look at the topics in the A-Z of MS.

Helpline: 0800 032 38 39      

Email: infoteam@mstrust.org.uk     

Website: www.mstrust.org.uk 


MS-UK

MS-UK is a national charity dedicated to empowering people with Multiple Sclerosis to make the most of today. MS-UK offers a Helpline, New Pathways magazine and a Wellness Centre in Essex.

Helpline: 0800 783 0518

Email: info@ms-uk.org   

Website: www.ms-uk.org


Shift.ms

Shift.ms is the social network for people with MS. Join the community for free at www.shift.ms and talk to thousands of MSers. 

Website: www.shift.ms

 


MS Nurses

For many people with MS their first point of contact is a specialist MS nurse. Your MS nurse will be able to advise you on many aspects of MS and will be able to refer to other professionals if required. Your MS nurse is determined by your doctor and here are the contact details for the local ones: 

Royal Berkshire Trust (Reading and Newbury) 

Berkshire Healthcare (East Berkshire)