Multiple Sclerosis Day
The MS Day Program was founded in the early 1990s with funding from United Support Against Multiple Sclerosis (USAMS) and the staff and facilities of the University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute. MS Day relocated to The League for People with Disabilities in 2018 and continues to be generously funded by USAMS.
The MS Day program provides opportunities for social interaction and support from other individuals with MS. The League is equipped with an accessible Wellness Center, including an exercise facility and therapeutic pool. Rehab services are available at The League through Therafit Rehab for physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
Multiple Sclerosis is a complex, chronic disorder. Specialized services for adults address quality of life, independence, self confidence and wellness. Important aspects of our program include physical exercise, stress management, recreational activities, community projects and outings.
Improving Lives of Adults with Multiple Sclerosis
o Independent Living Skills
o Therapeutic Group Interaction
o State-of-the-Art Accessible Fitness Center
o Social and Recreational Opportunities
o Physical and Occupational Therapy
The Multiple Sclerosis Day Program is generously funded by US Against MS and financial aid is available.