I have also heard places like Colorado and the Appalachians are really good (Tennessee/Western North Carolina/Virginia).
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I'm hoping someone else will chime in and give some advice. I moved here from Nevada and it is lush and cool and wonderful. I don't mind being in the midwest - we get all 4 seasons, though summer heat can be oppressive. I have a spare bedroom and with the cost of this Me Ssy disease perhaps I will take in a boarder! Then you can throw in all the university medical centers (there are lots! The cost of living is relatively low and you can buy a very affordable house. But I'm a bit biased because I grew up here and most of my family is within an easy driving distance.
I would say the Washington DC metro area, but I'm a little prejudice since I live in the area. LOL be well, Lulu It sounds like the best place to live is with Quix! And my grandchildren are here, so moving is out of the questions, even though Quix makes a rather appealing picture of the Pacific Northwest.
We have a good transportation system, disability programs, and networking with others going through similar health issues. The expense of living here is high and the other is maybe you won't be close to family. The expense of living here is high and the other is maybe you won't be close to family. Very Temperate, mild winters, cool summers except for 6 weeks when it gets into the 90's sometimes, but most places have A/C. Spring and fall are nice especially the fall with the leaves.
I am not so sure about the local MS Society though since my only experience with them has been really minimal. But family can come visit and they often love to as well as friends since there is so much to do here. But family can come visit and they often love to as well as friends since there is so much to do here. Winters would be very treacherous if you have balance or walking difficulty.
I am curious: What would be the best places to live with MS, and why? I am from a very hot town, and I currently reside in a place that gets very hot summers and there is a high risk of hurricanes. Family and friends are an absolute priority as well. That being said, I am really curious if moving closer to the equator after getting MS would have any benefits.
Remember, I don't have MS, but given what I know about it, I'd think you want a cooler climate.
The down side of it is the horrible humidity for the months of June through August. You would also have trouble with the language as they speak another one. Oh and driving, forget it you wouldn't stand a chance. and don't forget to throw in a lot of HUMID as well.
For example a "milk shake" is call a frappe and a basically chocolate milk is called a "milk shake". I lived in Florida for 13 years after I developed symptoms. There are some great medical facilities and universities there as well.
I am not so sure about the local MS Society though since my only experience with them has been really minimal. Julie I would say the Washington DC metro area, but I'm a little prejudice since I live in the area. Now if I can remember those times I could probably give a pretty good assessment of them.