Living with multiple sclerosis presents unique challenges that other people do not typically face on a daily basis. Meet Cleo, your Multiple Sclerosis digital companion. Cleo was designed to help you while you live with MS. With Cleo, you'll have access to information, inspiration, support, and a variety of tools, conveniently accessible in a single app. Our goal is to provide a valuable app to help you, your support people, and your healthcare team. We are here to support you on your journey. Live a life of greatness!
Cleo is based on 3 key features:
* Personalized content to find tips, inspiration and news related to multiple sclerosis
* A personal diary to track your health, view your data, and share reports with your healthcare team
* Wellness programs designed by health professionals tailored to your specific needs
Explore articles and videos with tips for living with MS, tips to improve your well-being, information on common MS symptoms, and education about MS disease. Customize the type of content you are interested in viewing for a more personalized experience.
When your healthcare team better understands what happens to you between appointments, you can make better decisions together. Cleo can help you track your moods, symptoms, physical activities, and more. Link Cleo to your Apple HealthKit to track steps and distance. Then, create reports to share and discuss with your healthcare team. Cleo is also there to help you by providing reminders throughout the day. Set appointment and medication notifications based on schedules discussed with your healthcare team.
Access wellness programs designed by MS experts and rehabilitation specialists specifically for people living with MS. We work with healthcare professionals to create personalized programs that take people with MS into account. After speaking with your healthcare team, you can choose between different intensity levels based on your ability and comfort level. Remember, every MS patient's experience is different, and your healthcare team should always be your primary source of information about your MS.