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Organization: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - Southwestern Ontario Chapter  
Phone Numbers: 519-680-7878
1100 Dearness Dr, Unit 20
London, ON
N6E 1N9
Intersection: Wellington Rd and Bradley Ave
Location: London (South)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible

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Executives: Sarah Mann - Senior Manager, Southwestern Ontario
519-680-7878 ext 3303 *
Penny Burton - Regional Director
Public Contacts: Wendi Anderson - Community Outreach Coordinator
Melissa McLeod - Fund Development Coordinator
Service Description: Chapter Fundraising - Assists the community in participating in fundraising events, community donations and memberships

Client Services- Information, referral, and supportive services for those living with MS and their family members

Self Help Group - Information, social and mutual support groups for people living with multiple sclerosis

Day Away Program - Day of aesthetics offering services such as haircuts and massage * held on the second Wed of the month from 9am-2pm (September-June) in South London

Educational workshops- Free to any community agency or group
Equipment and Support - Equipment and funding for those in need * equipment for loan cupboard gratefully accepted

Meetings: Local peer support group meetings take place throughout area * for details contact
Fees: Varies per program * membership fee, but not mandatory to access programs
Application: Call or visit website
Eligibility / Target Population: People with multiple sclerosis and their significant other * no restrictions for membership
Languages: English * French
Language Notes: French language website for Ontario division only, not for local chapters
Area Served:
London, Middlesex South Huron and Lambton  
See Also: Diseases and Conditions Support Groups
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

This information was last completely updated on August 2, 2018

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"About Us"
Our chapter has served the London/Middlesex community for over 50 years, providing services for people living with MS and their loved ones, as well as making major contributions to Canadian MS research. Now, more than ever, we are getting closer to a cure and with the help and support of the community, together we will end MS!