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Making Technology Work for You

Mark your calendars for an exciting series of live chats: First live chat set for Monday, August 20, 8 pm ET

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On Monday, August 20, Learn about how to make technology work for you!  Join accessible technology expert and journalist John Williams as he hosts a live chat on MSWorld Monday, August 20 at 8 pm ET.  John will provide an overview of accessible technology, discuss some common products and field questions.  This chat will be live and interactive.  Go to MS World to participate. This chat is brought to you by the MS Technology Collaborative a partnership between the National MS Society, Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals and Microsoft.

Tech tips submissions:

Beginning this week, we’ll be inviting the MyMSMyWay community to submit their technology tips, explaining how they use technology in their daily lives to live better with MS. For those of you not registered on MyMSMyWay, we welcome your participation as well. Please visit www.MyMSMyWay.com/participate.html to share your technology tip. Select submissions will be used on MyMSMyWay.com.

Online column:

Beginning in August we will be adding a monthly column penned by accessible technology experts, journalist John Williams and Ellen Kampel from Microsoft. This column will feature tips and resources focusing on accessible technology so we encourage people to visit the site for fresh information often!

About the MS Technology Collaborative:

The MS Technology Collaborative’s goal is to provide people with MS information, resources and tools that build a connection between technology, community, and treatment options so they can stay connected to the world and move their lives forward.  The Collaborative’s membership includes Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, Microsoft, and the National MS Society, and is advised by a steering committee of people with MS and healthcare professionals who specialize in multiple sclerosis.

The National MS Society thanks its partners in this exciting initiative.




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