Are you someone with a disability and currently looking for a new job? Are you someone who is looking for the next step in their career? I have heard of so many people with disabilities struggling to find work that they feel is suitable for them, or feel they are not being given a fair … Continue reading Finding a new job when you have a disability
I am not one to enter the political realm publicly, so I am not going to entertain doing that here. I am not making a comment of whether I agree with Brexit or not... that is not my intention. This is such an emotive topic for the majority of people, no matter which side of … Continue reading What does Brexit mean for someone with MS?: FAQs
My MS is a pain in the arse sometimes. It rears it's ugly head at the most inconvenient moments - like when I am sat in the board room of a meeting at work with some senior managers and my head starts to wobble like the Churchill dog. It can be a very disruptive force … Continue reading The doom of being clean
So, since being diagnosed I have been asked on several occasions to rate my quality of life in various ways using a series of questions on a scale of 1 to 5... I am sure you are familiar with the questions I am talking about. They ask about things such as how you generally feel … Continue reading The sliding scale
Have you just been diagnosed with MS? Are you in the process of being diagnosed? It can feel really overwhelming at first, but I can honestly say from someone several years down the line, it will be ok. I mean, YES, you are in for a change and some of those changes may not be … Continue reading Just diagnosed…?