You may be experiencing a lot of emotions following a diagnosis of MS. We understand that it can be overwhelming and have developed a number of groups over the years which you might find helpful.  These groups are facilitated by a staff member, but are led by those attending the group. 

These groups take place several times throughout the year and aim to dispel some of the myths of MS, as well as providing some answers to your questions in a relevant and relaxed way.  Family and friends are also very welcome to attend. 

The groups are run in a very informal way, specific topics are addressed each week usually by a visiting health professional, with time for discussion and questions afterwards. 

Please be aware that we are currently running a reduced service and we are currently working on updating the website to reflect these post-lockdown changes.  Please go to the news section of our website for the most up-to-date information about groups and classes.  Alternatively, contact 0141 945 3344 Monday-Thursday and speak to one of our receptionists for current information.

 

Fatigue Management

Fatigue is one of the most common and debilitating “hidden” symptoms of MS. We are now running Virtual Fatigue Self-Management courses due to COVID restrictions.

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Memory Matters

It is common for people with MS to experience problems with thinking and memory. Difficulties with remembering things, concentration, finding the right word or following conversations can have an effect on everyday life, resulting in emotional, social and practical difficulties. We are now running Virtual Memory Matters courses due to COVID restrictions.

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For more information Revive Groups and Classes, please contact us on 0141 945 3344