Tagged: MS

Gratitude and Thankfulness 0

Gratitude and Thankfulness

Gratitude and Thankfulness By Susan Russo The holiday season is once again fast approaching. I honestly feel like I just finished boxing up all my decorations from last year. This is a time when...

Thank You, Maybe 0

Thank You, Maybe

Thank You, Maybe By Lauren Kovacs I admit this is a tough emotion for many MS folks. I am not exactly the “glass is half full,” sparkles, and glitter type. Not sure how I...

Talk About Something You’re Grateful for… 0

Talk About Something You’re Grateful for…

Talk About Something You’re Grateful for… Gratitude is a beautiful concept. Feelings of appreciation can really fill the heart and help to create a more positive outlook on things. When I was in graduate...

Insurance Resources 0

Insurance Resources

Insurance Resources Dealing with insurance of any kind can be a stressful experience for anyone if you aren’t familiar with the language and jargon used on the forms.  Health insurance is no different –...

You Are Your Own Best Advocate 0

You Are Your Own Best Advocate

You Are Your Own Best Advocate Recently I went to my primary care doctor for an annual flu vaccine and physical exam to make sure everything was in check. I paid my copay when...

Dealing with Insurance Denials 0

Dealing with Insurance Denials

Dealing with Insurance Denials By Stacie Prada Over the years I’ve appealed a lot of health insurance denials for different reasons.  I’ve dealt with getting denied for claims, denied for policy coverage, and denied...

Medicare Open Enrollment is Coming! 0

Medicare Open Enrollment is Coming!

Medicare Open Enrollment is Coming! On October 15th Medicare’s open enrollment period begins and lasts until December 7th. It’s during this time period that you can review your current Medicare plan and make changes...

Make Your Web Browser More Reader-Friendly 0

Make Your Web Browser More Reader-Friendly

Make Your Web Browser More Reader-Friendly Visual disorders affect more than half of all individuals with MS, which can make even simple tasks more difficult.  Everyday things take more effort and more time when...