News & Notes

There’s Still Time to Make a Difference

Make a Major Gift to the MS Center before year’s end, and take advantage of 2017 tax deduction rules. Donate Safely  Online The MS Center of Southwest Florida is not a chapter of a national organization, and is supported entirely by individual...

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New officers elected for the MS Center of Southwest Florida

New officers were elected to the 2018 board of directors for the MS Center of Southwest Florida.  Brian McGinty of Naples was elected as Board Chair, to replace outgoing Chair, Julie Fisher, who served in that capacity for the past five years. McGinty is a retired...

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Getting Back to Normal Post Irma

Getting Back to Normal Post Irma It’s been stressful and even traumatic for many. We hope your life is getting back to normal, and that you are safe and well. If any of your disability related equipment (bed, wheelchair, etc.) was damaged in recent storms, please let...

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New Naples Programs

Yoga Class in East Naples Ms. Elaine will be conducting a class beginning Friday, Sept. 1 at 1:30 pm Seventh Day Adventist Church 5050 Davis Blvd Naples, FL RSVP to laineyfit@gmail.com   Chair Exercise Complementary class by Michelle Fernandez Every Tuesday at...

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Welcome our new Board Member Shannon Diener

A Native Californian, Shannon was involved in a start-up Wheelchair Manufacturer and the disabled Sports World at the age of 24. Inspired by her late husband, a World renowned disabled Table Tennis player and entrepreneur, Shannon developed a passion for charitable...

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New MS medication approved

OCREVUS is a prescription medicine used to treat adults with relapsing or primary progressive forms of multiple sclerosis. More Information >

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Executive Suite: Kay Jasso fights MS on many fronts

June Fletcher, Naples Daily News Sept. 11, 2016 When a lifelong friend was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few years ago, Kay Jasso invited her to come live with her. But her friend was used to being on her own, and she declined. The MS, however, soon took over...

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