According to the MS Trust there are over 100,000 people in the UK with Multiple Sclerosis.Multiple Sclerosis is a lifelong condition which affects the central nervous system and the spinal cord.
Expert Resources: multiple sclerosis
These are the items that relate to multiple sclerosis found on the AbilityNet website. They may be factsheets, webinars, news stories, blog posts or reports.
Blog Post | Apr 2018
Blog Post | Jan 2016
For those with long-term health conditions, DSAs can be a lifeline, writes Jess, a sufferer of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) who blogs about her experiences.
Case Study | Jun 2015
Formerly a nurse, Laura Sygrove-Quickmire has MS which has affected her mobility and sight. After leading an active life, becoming a wheelchair user and losing her independence came as a great shock. She says: “I became very withdrawn and bitter and spent a long time lying in bed sulking.”
Blog Post | Sep 2014
Multiple Sclerosis is a lifelong condition which affects the central nervous system and the spinal cord. Symptoms can include fatigue, vision problems and sometimes people with the condition can have cognitive issues too. Famous people with the condition include Jack Osborne and Jim Sweeney (UK comedian.)