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Brain Games for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

By June 16, 2009

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As someone who is shedding IQ points and puts cereal in the refrigerator and ice cream in the pantry, I can attest that the cognitive effects of multiple sclerosis can be devastating. Chris Armistead was diagnosed with MS four years ago. He loved video games and has taken that love to create a Brain Game program for people with MS to help improve the brain processing speed of people living with MS. The game will be online and is sponsored by MSMyWay. You can register to participate free of charge at the link below:

MSMyWay Technological Collaborative

June 17, 2009 at 5:24 am
(1) David McElwain says:

Hi there
I get your newsletter via google and think it’s excellent. I have just been trying to register for the Brain game but because I live in a country other than the US ( Singapore ) it keeps asking me what state I’m in even though I state that I’m not in US. Is there a way around this please?

June 18, 2009 at 3:50 am
(2) Dabs says:

Problems with thinking are yet another twist that MS throws at me. I find these game things seem to help me a bit (physio for the mind). There’s a good website in the UK called Staying Smart. It’s not a game, but lots of help for those of us with leaky brains due to MS – full of tips and ideas added by visitors.

July 3, 2009 at 9:53 pm
(3) Susan Adcox says:

I went to the MSMyWay site and registered, but couldn’t locate the Brain Game. Can you give us more information?

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