It’s MS Awareness Week from the 23rd-29th April and the MS Trust have launched a new YouTube channel and project for young people aged 11 to 17 who are affected by MS.
“Getting your head around MS can be hard enough when you’re an adult. But for young people it can be devastating, so good quality information is vital. Therefore we’ve been working with young people to understand the gaps in the information available to them and the kind of information they want.”
“The stars of MSTV are the MS Trust reporters, a group of young people affected by MS. The videos enable them to discuss the issues and topics that matter to them, and to seek expert opinions on those topics.
MSTV will be an ongoing project for the MS Trust, and we’ll therefore keep talking to young people affected by MS to develop more content. And with the help of our young reporters we aim to release at least one new video every month. MSTV will allow young people to pick and choose the topics and playlists that interest them and tailor their own information, finding what’s right for them, when it’s right for them” More information on the MS Trust website.
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