COVID-19, immunity, vaccines & risks for people living with MS
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, MS Ireland has had to change and adapt to how we provide services throughout the country. We have moved some of our services online, where people living with MS can log in and take part from the comfort of their own home. Joan, avails of our services in North Dublin, below she outlines how she has found this whole new experience.
Joan Jordan was diagnosed with MS 10 years ago, in her latest blog Joan shares with us how she looks at her MS differently after all these years.
Mourning the loss of one’s health at 33 is a strange preoccupation, especially in the midst of a pandemic. It has made me reflect on my own journey and how lucky I am that I was diagnosed last year before the world shut down. Looking back, I had had symptoms for years.
Living Well is a free group Self-Management programme for adults living with long-term health conditions.
This week Mary Devereux shares her experience living with multiple sclerosis, after being diagnosed later in life.
Katie St Lawrence was 22 years old when she was diagnosed with MS. In her latest MS & Me blog she shares her story.
MS Ireland and Novartis launch video series to support the wellbeing of those living with multiple sclerosis (MS) during Covid-19 pandemic
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland are launching their three- year Strategic Plan on World Brain Day 22nd July.