Our new research shows that, too often, people with MS can’t get the support they need to stay active and independent – and this has only got worse during lockdown.
2020 has been a challenging year, for all of us.
We know it’s early, but December will be here before we know it!
Before the COVID pandemic, we did a lot of work with volunteers to develop our new Volunteering Strategy, but it is yet to be completed.
This session will focus on three important topics – our new membership offer, the reopening of face-to-face group services, and the staff restructure.
If you process data as part of your volunteer role, and/or have access to personal data via the Portal, you will have completed our online data protection training course.
In our last email, we told you about the trial we are doing with a small number of our groups to test the new paperwork and procedures needed to restart face-to-face activities in a ‘COVID-secure’
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our Annual Lecture (Scanning the horizon: How advances in MRI are transforming MS research) can no longer take place at its usual venue - the Royal College of Physicia
In the latest edition of MS Matters, we started communicating with our supporters about the changes we’re making to our membership approach.
Last month, we told you that our Health & Safety Team were studying governmental guidance to see what our groups would need to do if they wanted to resume face-to-face activities.