The MS Society has discovered 3,000-plus people under the age of 65 living in care homes for older people. And that includes younger people with MS.
So, almost one in seven younger adults in UK residential care could be living in […]
Two weeks ago, I introduced you to Phoebe Scopes, the British woman who was the first international multiple sclerosis patient to receive hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) in Moscow. Today, in part 3, Phoebe takes us with her to the […]Read More
Time marches on and the calendar pages turn ever closer towards the date when the UK’s Disabled Living Allowance (DLA) is phased out for working age people1 and replaced with Personal Independence Payment (PIP). DLA recipients who have not yet […]
Not quite sure why but World Animal Day crept up on me; maybe it was the careful stealth of its approach – like a cat stalking its prey.
Anyway, here it is. Today, 4th October, is World Animal Day, chosen because […]