Childhood MS: a guide for parents
About the resource
MS is usually thought of as an adult condition, but children and teenagers can also develop it. If your child has been diagnosed with MS, or MS has been suggested as a possible cause for your child’s symptoms, you may have lots of questions. This free downloadable resource is intended to provide answers to some of these questions.
Download the resource
Not found the language you were looking for?
Help us translate it into other languages
We're always looking for member organisations to repurpose and translate MSIF's resources into other languages. Not a member? If we don't have a member that speaks your language and you would like to translate our resources, we'd love to hear from you to discuss options and explore what's possible!Get in touch
Translate it for personal use
Alternatively, if you wanted to translate the PDF for personal use, you can use Google’s Translate tool. As Google Translate is an automated translation service, you should not rely on it being absolutely accurate.Read this PDF in another language, using Google Translate
If you have any questions or feedback on our resource, please contact us on our website.Contact us
Translation by: Stichting MS Research, Polskie Towarzystwo Stwardnienia Rozsianego, Asociația Pacienților cu Afecțiuni Neurodegenerative (APAN, Romania), Associação Brasileira de Esclerose Múltipla (ABEM)
With thanks to the MS organisations who translated this resource.