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March 11 Patient Program.


The New England Chapters of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, in collaboration with the Partners Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Center at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, is holding a patient and family program entitled: "Kids Get MS Too".
This important and exciting new program for children and teens with MS will bring families together to learn more in an environment geared to make kids feel comfortable asking questions, talking to other peers going through similar situations, or just listening.

 

Kids Get MS Too
Saturday, March 11, 2006
10:30 AM to 2:30 PM
National MS Society, Central New England Chapter Office
101 First Avenue, Second Floor
Waltham, MA


(T
his program is free and lunch will be provided)
Dr. Tanuja Chitnis, MS neurologist, Dr. Ellen Braaten, pediatric neuropsychologist, Dr. David Rintell, family counselor, and staff from the National MS Society will meet with parents to talk about disease management, cognitive issues, how MS can impact the family, and available resources. Children and teens will be able to network with their peers and have some fun while learning about MS. During lunch there will be an opportunity to talk with other families going through similar experiences. Please bring along your ideas for future meetings — it's all about what you need — and having fun!













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