A national charity is inviting people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to take part in a survey about what it is like to live with the neurological condition.
The MS Society’s ‘My MS My Needs’ is the largest survey of people affected by MS in the UK.
Genevieve Edwards, Director of External Affairs at the Society, said: “We want to hear from as many people with MS as possible, so we can find out whether they’re getting the treatment, care and support that they need in their area. The results will show us where in the country services are working well, as well as where improvements are needed.”
This year, the charity is also launching a survey for friends and family of people living with MS.
The survey takes around half an hour to complete and is open until May 31. Readers can complete the survey through www.ukmsregister.org, or request a paper copy from the MS Society.
The survey for those who support a family member, partner or friend with MS can be completed at tinyurl.com/ms-family-friends.
For more information about the MS Society visit www.mssociety.org.uk. The charity also has a free and confidential helpline for anyone affected by MS on 0808 800 8000.