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Wellbeing hub (Scotland)

Your MS Wellbeing Hub is a one-stop-shop for information and virtual support for you and your family when living with MS in Scotland.

Our Wellbeing Hub can support you in managing your mental and physical health and your general wellbeing

These free virtual services are available to anyone with MS and their families in Scotland:

One-to-one information support

Information overload can feel confusing. We’re here with friendly, factual and up-to-date information to meet your needs.

We’ll let you know about services in your area you can call on, including ones we run.

Email [email protected] or call 0131 335 4050.

Physiotherapy service

Our virtual service offers 4 one-to-one physiotherapy sessions with a trained and certified neuro-physiotherapist.

They also provide a tailored programme of web support to help you maintain your mobility, strength, balance and function.

Email [email protected] or call 0131 335 4050.

Counselling

We know this can be an anxious time for everyone. Our free, confidential counselling service is available for you or your family members, no matter where you live in Scotland.

Our trained counselors are on hand to listen and help you deal with the concerns, anxieties and emotions you're facing.

Email [email protected] or call 0131 335 4050.

Peer support

Peer support is different to clinical and professional services, because the support comes from a peer volunteer who has MS. A peer volunteer can bring a fresh perspective to your challenges, by offering support based on their own experiences. 

Peer support is a free and confidential service. It's open to anyone in Scotland with MS. Currently we offer up to six sessions with a peer volunteer. Sessions are online or over the phone.

You're matched with your peer volunteer based on what you want from peer support. This sets a goal to focus the sessions. Examples of the MS issues that people bring to peer support include: impact on work, pain management, exercise, and the need to speak to someone outside of family and friends about MS. 

Email [email protected] or call 0131 335 4050.
 

Group activity sessions

Our ever growing programme of wellbeing sessions offer information, learning and most importantly some fun! We're also hosting a range of themed social sessions across Scotland to help connect people.

We really do think there’s something for everyone, with a range of creative, emotional and movement sessions on offer.

Browse all our group activity sessions

Ask an expert webinars

Our Ask an Expert Webinars are hosted by someone who has a lived experience of MS and they are joined by an expert panel of speakers. These themed monthly information webinars cover topics like, emotional health, pain, complementary therapies and lots more. You will also have the opportunity to come along to the chat group after the webinar to talk some more on the topic.

Our Wellbeing Hub is run by the MS Society Scotland and funded by the Scottish Government’s Neurological fund and the Self-Management Fund for Scotland administered on behalf of the Scottish Government by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) with support from the William Grant Foundation

What else do you need to know?

You must be over 18 to use these services.

Our Wellbeing Hub is run by the MS Society Scotland and funded by the Scottish Government’s Neurological fund.

Our services are available over Zoom, phone and email.

Questions? Talk to us

For more information about any of the services on offer please get in touch, we’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Email [email protected] or call 0131 335 4050.

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