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MSAA’s educational programs offer an excellent opportunity for members of the MS community to connect and gain knowledge from the country’s leading MS healthcare professionals. Based on the current situation and concerns with the coronavirus, MSAA has restructured our in-person programs to online and digital educational opportunities. To access our schedule of upcoming digital educational programs, please visit MSAA’s calendar of events.


Digital Educational Program Guides

In an effort to continue providing members of the MS community opportunities to learn more about important topics related to their overall health and wellness, MSAA has created several interactive digital guides. These guides include facts, activities, resources, and more on special subject areas related to MS. Please see below for guides on helping families improve awareness about MS, brain health, and frequently asked questions about living with MS as a Hispanic American.


It’s a Generational Thing Toolkit It’s a Generational Thing Toolkit: Creating an Understanding of MS Between Parents and Their Children

Having the right tools to open the lines of communication can empower family members to each take an active role in managing the ever-evolving MS journey. Featuring activity pages, conversation guides, goal setting, resources, and more, this PDF guide has an array of information and strategies to help improve awareness about MS while reducing stigmas and fears.

Watch MSAA’s related archived digital educational programs on this topic:

► It’s a Generational Thing: Creating an Understanding of MS Between Parents and Their Children (Part 1)
► It’s a Generational Thing: Creating an Understanding of MS Between Parents and Their Children (Part 2)

This initiative is made possible through the generous support of Genentech, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Novartis.


MS on Your MindMS On Your Mind: A Closer Look at Brain Health

Brain health has a profound impact on the progression of multiple sclerosis. Learn about the risk factors for declining brain health and lifestyle modifications for improved brain health, as well as the effect of disease-modifying therapies in this interactive guide (launches in new window).


Watch MSAA’s related archived digital educational programs on this topic:

► The Science of Brain Health – MS On Your Mind Part 1
► Measuring Brain Health – MS On Your Mind Part 2

This initiative is made possible through the generous support of Biogen and Bristol Myers Squibb.


The MS and Hispanic American Experience – FAQs

Hispanic American ExperienceHow common is MS in the Hispanic community? Are there differences between those living with MS in the United States and those living in other parts of the world? Review candid answers to frequently asked questions about living with MS as a Hispanic American on this four-page PDF, (launches in new window), available in both English and Spanish.

Watch MSAA’s related archived digital educational programs on this topic:
► Hispanic American MS Experience
► Experiencia Hispanoamericana sobre Esclerosis Múltiple

This initiative is made possible through the generous support of Biogen and Novartis.


Please make sure to check MSAA’s MSAA’s calendar of events to sign up for upcoming educational webinars.