Living with MS

Work is an important aspect of our lives, not only providing vital income for our families, but offering independence and a sense of accomplishment for the individual. However, a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) can greatly affect employment and career opportunities due to the unpredictability of the disease.

Working through Multiple Sclerosis

Even though the nature of how we work is changing towards a more fexible approach, with advances in technology offering remote working, many people with MS still struggle to stay in work.

A diagnosis of MS does not impact skills and experience; but the symptoms caused by MS can vary and fluctuate over days and weeks, and interfere with a person’s ability to work.

As the disease progresses, disability can accumulate, making it more challenging to remain in work.


Working through multiple sclerosis

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