9 Tips for MS Caregivers

9 Tips for MS Caregivers

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic nervous system disease with symptoms that come and go unpredictably. It's usually diagnosed in people between the ages of 20 and 40, so if you have a loved one with MS, you may have many years of caregiving ahead of you. Caregiving can be hard emotionally and physically, but it can also bring you closer to the person you're caring for. Here are nine tips for being the best caregiver you can.

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