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Try looking in the monthly archives. November 2016

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President-elect Trump on Disabilities, what now?

What does the election of Donald Trump mean for people with disabilities such as multiple sclerosis?
Yes, two days ago the people of the U.S.A. decided who they wanted as their next President. They were faced with a difficult choice between […]

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When I’m 64? I got there yesterday!

When I get older losing my hair
Many years from now
Will you still be sending me a valentine
Birthday greetings, bottle of wine?
If I’d been out till quarter to three
Would you lock the door?
Will you still need me, will you still feed […]

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Always learning about MS, never an expert

School’s over, learning stops. Er, no, it doesn’t.  Ok, then, so university is over, that’s when learning stops. Hm. no, wrong again, it doesn’t end then either.
The pure and simple fact is that nobody every stops learning and anybody who […]

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What having multiple sclerosis means

Taking it easy the other evening while the television droned n the background, after all, how many times can you watch reruns of even the best programmes, got me thinking about what having MS means to me.
It’s strange what the […]

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Green Paper shows disability support plans

Earlier this week, on Monday October 31 to be exact. the UK government published its Work, Health and Disability Green Paper. Yes, believe it or not the government chose to publish it on Halloween. Hopefully that is not an omen […]

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Sharing life of caring wife of husband with MS

Today, I have handed the writing over to my wife Lisa to talk about caring for a husband with multiple sclerosis.
Lisa writes:
Yesterday was a special day as Ian and I celebrated our wedding anniversary and enjoyed a lovely meal out […]

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