In my early years of living with MS, my major symptoms were fatigue and mobility. As time has progressed, my experience of the impact on my life has varied, from a ten-year period of no symptoms to now, when every day is shaped in some way to accommodate my MS. In the early years, my one assistive device was my trusty folding stick. It was always close, and I made sure it was in the car for those days when my leg just refused to co-operate
The MS Information platforms provide trusted, confidential spaces to access one to one information tailored to the individual information request regarding any aspect of living with MS. The Information platforms are open to information requests from anyone with an MS query including people with MS, their families, friends and colleagues and also to professionals involved in providing services to people with MS.
Recently, Pauline McKenna joined the MS Ireland team on the information line.
You can contact Pauline on the Information Line on 1850233233, and by email at email@example.com.
Last year we teamed up with Change Donations
Change donations is an easy way to donate digital change to MS Ireland. When you sign up it simply allows you to donate your round-ups from purchases you made with your bank card and automatically help others just by going about your day. Giving every purchase a purpose.
Change Donations makes it easy to round up your digital spare change to grow our efforts.
World MS Day 2020 was certainly a little different to World MS Days in the past, as we had to change our plans due to the onset of COVID-19 and we quickly moved all our events, activities and webinars online as we embraced this new virtual world we found ourselves in.
Now well into a second year living with COVID-19 our fundraising efforts for 2021 continue to exist in the virtual and online sphere. Yet again we’ve had to postpone and cancel many of our physical, in-person events and fundraisers.
One event that we are absolutely thrilled to bring back is our Virtual Balloon Race!
To understand the opportunities and barriers for evaluating services delivered in MS Ireland.
Living Well with MS
Here we go again!
Giving every purchase a purpose!
Has your activity changed since the start of the pandemic?
This week Robert Joyce shares his experiences of using assistive technologies and how they help to manage his day to day life.