Multiple Sclerosis

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Measuring the Effects of MS on the Mind

In this recent article on cognitive impairment in MS, Dr. Leavitt contributed thoughts on the state of the field and goals for the future:

Building resilience in support partners of people with MS

Co-Founder Vicky Leavitt, PhD, and eSupport Health coach Laura Kozak recently collaborated with the study team at Healios to develop and conduct a trial of a novel telehealth treatment to build resilience in people with MS and their support partners. The results of the study have just been published in Multiple Sclerosis Journal- Experimental, Translational and Clinical

Dr. Leavitt’s research was one of ten highlighted in the NMSS Momentum magazine from ACTRIMS 2020 Annual Meeting

People with stronger social networks cope better. #Telehealth programs can improve the lives of people living with #multiplesclerosis.

Quarantine Shines a Light on the Health Effects of Loneliness and Social Isolation

In this recently published piece, Dr. Leavitt writes about the impact of loneliness and isolation on everyone during COVID-19, and why people with multiple sclerosis may have unique expert experience in this department.