What my Care Partner means to me
When people with MS discuss their Care Partners, their sense of gratitude and depth of emotion are apparent. In this video, you’ll hear about these relationships as people taking LEMTRADA discuss their Care Partners. You’ll hear about what works and what’s made a difference in their lives, and you’ll realize the life-changing potential of comfort and support that Care Partners can provide.
Hear some advice from Care Partners
There are many different types of Care Partners—from friends to spouses to siblings. In this video, you’ll hear from four Care Partners. They have some advice they’d like to share with you about their roles as Care Partners and how they found ways to become even more supportive. For additional ideas, read the list below. Even the simplest ideas can make a difference in the life of someone who has relapsing MS.
Ways to provide invaluable support
- You can help your loved one track symptoms to see if there are signs of new or worsening disease activity
- Be open and honest when discussing your loved one’s MS treatment goals
Gathering information and weighing benefits and risks are activities many Care Partners help with
“My husband is a greatHe didn’t know what I was
partner. He is patient.
feeling, but he was doing
his best to understand.” – Catherine
- Go to healthcare provider appointments together. Listening and taking notes may help you remember something from the appointment that your partner does not
Reviewing this website with
your loved one will help you
both learn more about
information and results
of clinical trials
You and your loved one
can use this information,
along with the
Provider Discussion Guide ,
to talk to the doctor
Care Partners: You can talk to an MS One to One® Nurse about LEMTRADA and MS at any time.* Just call
CARE PARTNERS of people considering LEMTRADA are welcome to attend events to learn about treatment with LEMTRADA.