Like all our resources, Making Sense of MS was only possible thanks to the involvement of people living with MS. You’ve filled in surveys, taken part in focus groups and interviews, responded to blogs, and reviewed the work in progress.
You, your families and friends have raised the funds that have made the whole thing possible. You even helped us come up with a name for the whole thing! Now that Making Sense of MS is published, many of you are helping us to spread the word so that we can reach more of the people who are diagnosed every week.
Today we hear from some of the people who made sure that Making Sense of MS addressed the real needs of people when they’re diagnosed with MS.
Kaz was diagnosed with MS in 2006 and is the founder of Positive About MS. In this short film he explains why he thought it was important to get involved.
Gill was diagnosed in 2011 but received no information to help her. She’s now a passionate believer in the power of information to help people adjust to MS. Here she explains why she helped develop our new resource.
You can read more about how and why we developed Making Sense of MS and how you can get involved on our Help Make Sense of MS campaign page.
We are always looking for people to make sure that our information resources are useful and accessible. If you’d like to help in reviewing our information why not drop us a line? Your involvement could make a real difference for people being diagnosed with MS today.