MS & Me
Monday, November 19th is International Men’s Day, a celebration of the positive value men bring to the world, their families and their communities. Today Keith Byrne shares his experience and talks about ‘manning up to MS’.
This week Willeke Van Eeckhoutte shares with us the value of writing about living with MS. She’s an award-winning, irrepressible blogger and we are delighted to have her continued contribution to the MS and Me team.
Six of our MS & Me bloggers attended the National Conference last month. They tell us why they’ll be back again next year.
This week, Joan Jordan champions her professional revitalisation and shares with us all the joys of returning to the workforce.
Before Budget 2019, Helen Farrell shares her opinion on the financial challenges of living with MS and how the Irish State can truly support people.
This week Rosie Farrell shares with us what it is like being a woman with MS.
This week Declan Groeger shares with us what it is like being a man living with MS
This week Teresa McShane tells us about the financial and professional implications of having MS and discovers it’s an emotional journey.
This week AnonMS shares with us their refreshing and honest view on palliative care. Palliative care is all about improving the quality of life of patients and AnonMS tells us how we can make sure we have what we want when we need it and provided by people we trust.