It is extremely important that all people with neurological disability (impaired mobility requiring assistance to walk), especially those over 55, those with other medical problems (Diabetes, cardiac or pulmonary disease) and those who have received immunosuppression in the past 18 months (this includes rituximab, Ocrevus, Mavenclad (cladribine), Lemtrada and any chemotherapy) remain at home and avoid contact with individuals who may have been exposed to COVID-19.
To help with this drastic quarantine initiative, the Adapt Functional Movement Center in Carlsbad California is mobilizing to provide assistance to those members of our community stuck at home and unable to get necessary supplies
Please read the post from John Monteith, the director of the center. If you need assistance, please follow the link in his message to provide your information (click here)
If you are NOT in North County San Diego please go to your local neurologist for any medical emergencies or contact the MS Navigator with the National MS Society at 18003444867
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