MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CARE
Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis affects women up to four times as often as men, it is an unpredictable, disabling disease of the central nervous system with symptoms ranging from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. MS is not contagious, directly inherited, or always severely disabling. Being diagnosed with MS is not a reason to stop working, stop doing things that you enjoy or give up hope of having children. MS symptoms vary between individuals and fatigue is a common symptom. One woman commented that living with MS was like walking under water with a fur coat on.
TLC HomeCare Services has partnered with the National MS Society of the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter to provide home care services to those living with MS in South Jersey. We can help a little or we can help a lot. We can prepare meals, throw in a load of laundry or provide transportation to doctor appointments. Our caregivers are knowledgeable about this disease and understand the toll that it takes on one's body and mind. Let us help you with your activities of daily living or just be there to give you encouragement and support.
If you or someone you know has MS please call TLC TODAY to receive a helping hand. We are part of the sisterhood that believes we can make a difference! The MS Society has a multitude of resources which can significantly lighten your load and help on a financial level as well. If qualified, one can receive up to 80 hours of "free" homecare provided by TLC HomeCare Services in Moorestown, New Jersey. Please call us at 856-234-8700 for more information.
Challenge Walk MS 2010
TEAM TLC HOSTS A FUNDRAISER FOR THE MS CHALLENGE WALK 2010 AND PARTICIPATES IN THE 2 DAY 30 MILE EVENT!
A BIG thanks goes out to Michael Georgetti for donating all of the delicious food for our MS fundraiser as well as Nancy and Marie of Bedazzled II for their great assortment of clothes and accessories and Joe Canal's Delran for supplying the wine. We'd also like to thank all of the store owners on Main Street and Morton and Rudolph Jewelers of Cherry Hill for generously donated items for our Auction.