This week Teresa McShane tells us about the financial and professional implications of having MS and discovers it’s an emotional journey.
Today, 13th September we celebrate one of our all-time favourite children’s authors and friend of the MS Readathon, the legendary man that is Roald Dahl. As we step into this magnificent world of childlike imagination and wonder we can’t help but notice that his books are still as fantastic today as they were when we were your age!
Family Carers Ireland welcomes the introduction of the GP visit card scheme for family carers in receipt of Carer’s Allowance or Carer’s Benefit and believes that it will have a real and positive impact on the physical and mental health of carers who qualify under the scheme.
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.
Almost 10,000 young readers expected to take part in the sponsored reading campaign helping people with MS
The results are in...
This week Niamh McCarron shares with us her thoughts on the upcoming MS Ireland National Conference.
MS Ireland in association with SAP Ireland proudly presents the OsKaRs