Do you “walk funny”? I sure know that I do, whenever I try. Drop foot causes my left foot to drag and the whole effort is a struggle. Mobility problems like this are a way of life of people with disabilities, however caused. My difficulties stem from multiple sclerosis but many of you may have … Continue reading ‘Funny walk´ is disgusting reason to throw disabled customer out of store
There are only a limited number of colours, and combinations of them, but there are many health and disability causes. That’s the reason why, for each color, there are a number of charities that use it for their publicity and fundraising activities. Just take the orange ribbon as an example. We know that it is … Continue reading Excuse me, which charity does your ribbon represent?
Happy New Year Yes, it has arrived at last and so, today, I bring you a calendar of notable events that are planned for the next 12 months. Please note that this is not meant to be a complete or exhaustive list, just those I have picked out for your diaries. To make it easier … Continue reading Some MS dates for your 2017 diary
In addition to World MS Day in May, America designates March as National MS Awareness Month. This year, the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is using it to campaign to heighten the understanding of the management of relapses and multiple sclerosis symptoms. The association lists three week-long campaigns, one for each of the three … Continue reading Should USA’s national MS awareness month go worldwide?