MS Connections

For the next three years we will be raising awareness of social barriers that leave people affected by multiple sclerosis feeling lonely and socially isolated. This is an opportunity to advocate for better services, celebrate support networks and champion self-care. Throughout the month of May MS Queensland will share self-care tips on our social channels from people living with MS, raise awareness of the impacts of isolation and host virtual events for our community.




Stay Connected

Take Action

Educate your community

Tell the world about your MS Connections and raise awareness this World MS Day. There are a range of online tools that you can use to start a conversation about MS Connections. Remember to tag @msqld and use the #MSConections and #WorldMSDay hashtags.

Share your story

How do you stay connected? Share your stories and self-care tips with the global MS community.

Share your story

Share your MS Heart

Inspired by a sign language symbol for the word ‘together’, the MS Heart is a symbol of solidarity with everyone affected by MS. Connect your hands or find a friend to create the ‘MS Heart’. Why not take a picture to show your support for the global MS community this World MS Day?

Share your heart on social media with the hashtag #MSConnections and also add your pictures to the global MS Heart map.

Add your ❤️


You can follow our social media changes to stay up to date with self-care tips from our ambassadors and ways you can stay connected.

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