Wednesday January 17th 2018

Satisfaction with service needs among people living with multiple sclerosis

CONCLUSIONS: The results indicated that younger and mildly affected participants were least satisfied. Other areas of unmet need included transportation for the people more severely affected by MS and financial assistance to help people purchase mobility aids. Content Type Journal ArticlePages -DOI 10.3233/NRE-151204Authors Marita McCabe, Institute for Health and Ageing, Australian Catholic University, Level 5, 215 Spring St., Melbourne, VIC, Australia Journal NeuroRehabilitationOnline ISSN 1878-6448Print ISSN 1053-8135 (Source: NeuroRehabilitation)

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Satisfaction with service needs among people living with multiple sclerosis

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