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If you or someone close to you has recently been diagnosed with MS, it has probably raised lots of questions and plenty of concerns.
In the same way that MS affects everyone differently, news of a diagnosis can bring on a wide range of emotions. You may be feeling overwhelmed at the news, or fearful for what it could mean. You may even be relieved at finally making sense of your symptoms, or angry that this could happen to you.
If you're not ready to talk to someone yet please consider looking through our online resource centre to read up on MS and what it might mean for you.
REGISTER AS AN MS CUSTOMER
MS Queensland offers a wide range of services to support people living with MS. To access these servcies we require proof of your diagnosis by your doctor and for you to register with us as a customer. It is a simple process that opens the door to support and services. Once you're registered you'll be connected with one of our staff who can assist you with information about MS, services and supports. To register please call our InfoLine on 1800 177 591 to discuss the registration process or download the personal details and neurologist/health professionals forms below:
The internet is a fantastic resource for information on MS, but be careful what you read. There is a lot of information that can be unhelpful, or even completely false - remember that anyone can post their point of view on the web. A good place to start is by looking through our online resource centre.
ATTEND A NEWLY DIAGNOSED INFORMATION SESSION
When you are ready to learn more information about your MS, we host information sessions for those newly diagnosed around regional Queensland from time to time.
These sessions are suitable for anyone who is relatively new to MS anyone who has questions about current MS therapies and treatments and anyone who want to know more about MS Queensland and how we can help.