Multiple Sclerois Quality Of Life Project Corporation
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
519 B Hartnell Street Monterey CA 93940 USA
The primary and specific purpose for which this corporation is formed is to promote and support the social welfare of individuals and families that have been impacted by multiple sclerosis neurological disorders resulting in long-term physical and/or mental diabilities and to improve their quality of life. This purpose will be accomplished through medical and social service training, education, and the provision of services that will allow individuals to achieve the maximum level of independence and autonomy possible and to be treated with the meximum level of respect and dignity.
Individual case management services offered to persons with multiple sclerosis or parkinson's disease and their caregivers - 114 clients served.
offered weekly water aerobics classes to persons with multiple sclerosis and their caregivers - 21 clients served.
offered two monthly support group meetings to persons with multiple sclerosis and their family and care providers - 56 cflients served.
provided educational newsletters, seminars and website to clients and caregivers - 207 clients served.
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As a practicing R.N. for over 35 years and working in many challenging fields of practice, I am so very glad to read of the importance of gratitude in your newsletter. This behavior is clearly a cellular changer. Your newsletter is always a joy to read. Getting to know the staff and volunteers on a level that makes me feel close to them even though I have only read about there passion for the work they do in the newsletter. I firmly believe the core of life is sharing and being available to each other, and your group delivers on each account. You all are providing more than you will ever know to those who may not be able to express the gratitude they feel in their hearts. So I am here to say Thank You for your love and service!~!~!
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