Welcome to the Community Conversations series: a place where members of the MS community can connect over their shared and unique experiences. This episode features MS expert and psychologist, Roz Kalb PhD, and spiritual director, Rhonda Canby. Join them as they discuss how their respective fields overlap when addressing difficult subjects such as anxiety, depression, and grief, and the tools and resources available for those dealing with these tough topics. Listen as Dr. Kalb and Rhonda explore the role of spirituality in diagnosis, loss, and life.
Welcome to the Community Conversations series: a place where members of the MS community can connect over their shared and unique experiences. In this episode, we are joined by physical therapist, Mandy Rohring, PT, DPT, MSCS and occupational therapist, Stephanie Nolan, OTR/L as they discuss the similarities and differences between PT and OT, and when you may want to consult each discipline. Mandy and Stephanie describe their roles, what they love about working with people with MS, and what the overlap between PT and OT means for people living with MS and their families.
Your path when living with MS is filled with important interactions. Whether it’s with spouses, family members, employers, co-workers, friends, or dating partners, your MS may disrupt these connections and impact your abilities and perceptions to thrive in your home, work, and relationships. In this multidisciplinary discussion, we will discuss managing potential barriers in these areas of wellness, including tools, adaptations, accommodations, and members of the healthcare team who can assist.
This podcast is the final episode in our 3 Part Relapse and MS Series, where you’ll learn how to manage potential relapse related challenges at home, work and in your relationships.
In this podcast, you’ll hear from a couple living with MS, Laura and Michael, as they share their experiences on how MS relapses have impacted their relationship as a couple, as well as their relationships with family and friends. This discussion will be led by psychologist Roz Kalb.
This podcast is the second episode in our 3 Part Relapse and MS Series, where you’ll learn how to manage potential relapse related challenges at home, work and in your relationships.
In this podcast, you’ll hear from employment expert Phil Rumrill and psychologist Roz Kalb, as they share strategies on how to handle a variety of work situations impacted by a relapse. The team will use real world scenarios to provide recommendations to help you navigate the impact a relapse can have on your work life and emotional well-being.
This is the third episode in our three part Embracing Carers Series!
Are you someone who provides support to a loved one living with MS? As a support partner, you often focus solely on the needs of your loved one with MS. It takes a special person to care for and support someone with MS, but who is taking care of your needs?
Join psychologist Meghan Beier and couple Mark and Lynne Forette as they discuss how their relationship was impacted by Mark’s MS diagnosis and how it affected their future planning. They’ll also share some real life stories about how they adjusted for a future with MS and where they turned to for support.
This is our second episode for the Can Do MS Podcast! These first three episodes are part of a Young Adult Series.
Are you a young adult living with multiple sclerosis? If so, then join us for our upcoming podcast series. As a young adult living with MS, you may be facing a unique set of personal and professional challenges. Some of the questions you might find yourself asking are: How will MS impact my career? What effects will MS have on my mood and cognition? Will my relationships with friends and family change throughout the course of my life living with MS?
MS may change how you envisioned your life, but it doesn’t define who you are. This young adult podcast series will offer insights from MS expert and Psychologist, Lucille Carriere as well as stories from young adults living with MS. In three episodes, we will tackle three important topics including Career Planning, Mood & Cognition in MS, and Relationships & Family. What better way to hear about these topics than from people within the MS Community!