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  • Kris-MSConnection

    Dear Community, 

    It is with bittersweet emotions that we announce the closing of the MSConnection.org website as of September 30, 2020, because the platform the website is built on will no longer be supported by the vendor. 

    For years, it has been incredible to see the MS community come together here on MSconnection.org. The site has been a safe space for those affected by MS to share their experiences, ask questions and provide and receive support from others who understand what it’s like to live with this disease. 
     
    We want to thank all our community members – those living with the disease to those who have someone they love with MS – for being a part of this experience. We also want to thank the group leaders, peer volunteers and bloggers who contributed so much over the years. 

    While the website will be completely taken down on September 30, there will be a phased approach to shutting down functionality. Below is a timeline of the phased shutdown process:

    Phase I – Effective Immediately (Tuesday, June 9)

    The following functionality will be eliminated: 
        •    Ability to create new accounts 
        •    Ability to post blog comments  

    Phase II – Ongoing through Summer 2020 (Exact dates will be updated here)

    The following functionality will be eliminated:
        •    Edit profile
        •    Create status updates, discussions or groups 
        •    Appreciate or reply to discussions or updates
        •    Add connections, including Peer Support
        •    Join or interact with groups 
        •    Send or receive messages
        •    Blog transitioning to existing website
        •    September 30, 2020: MSconnection.org taken offline

    If you are interested in saving any content before September 30, please:  
        •    Go to the page you want to save  
        •    Select ‘Print’ from your browser  
        •    Select ‘Save as a PDF’    

    Since MSconnection.org was last redesigned, a lot has changed in how people connect online. But, one thing hasn’t changed — the need for community. In fact, it is now more important than ever. We are researching, and excited about, new ways for the MS community to continue connecting. Stay tuned!  

    In the meantime, you can still connect with us and each other in the following places:  
        •    National MS Society Community Facebook Group
        •    Facebook, InstagramTwitter
        •    Find Support page 

    If you have questions, comments or feedback, you can email us at community@nmss.org.

    Thank you again for being a part of this amazing community. You helped the newly diagnosed, those experiencing a relapse, care partners, families and so many others know that they are not alone. Well done, community, well done!  

    Sincerely, 

    The National MS Society MSconnection.org Team

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