This week Ciara O' Meara shares her top travel tips and advice when travelling with MS.
'Researching benefits is no one's idea of fun. It is really difficult to admit you need help and support. The amount of information and forms you need to fill in for any benefit can be a huge barrier - especially when you’re not even sure you qualify' Grace Kavanagh
This week to mark Father's Day, Fergal Hughes takes us on a personal journey of life with MS and Fatherhood.
People with neurological conditions and family carers are being severely impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown, according to the findings of our recent survey.
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Researchers in the University of Reading are interested in hearing what people with MS have to say about the supports they would like to made available to them to support them with mental health difficulties.
MS is different for each person who lives with it. The manner in which MS impacts a person and the severity of that impact is unique to each individual. Here, Sadhbh O Neill tells us about the journey that she has taken with her partner Sam, who lives with MS.
My name is Paul Dawson and I am 52 years of age living in Portnoo, Co. Donegal. I have had MS since 1993, however in the last 10years there has been a marked progression in my condition to the point I am now permanently confined to a wheelchair. Initially, I was quite hesitant to contact the MS society as I am a private individual at heart. Since taking the first steps I have discovered just how much support and help the Donegal MS society can provide to people like myself.
This week Joan Jordan talks about World MS Day, a blackbird and the soundings poetry book!
This week Mary Devereux shares her thoughts on how MS, the Leaving Cert and Covid-19 are alike!