The Electrifying Story of Multiple Sclerosis by Vanita OelschlagerBecause Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that someone will live with for years, or even decades, it is important for family and friends to understand what the person is going through and learn how to give support. Multiple Sclerosis used to be feared because it was so unpredictable and doctors knew very little in how to treat it. Thanks to good research and great doctors, people can live with MS even though there is not a cure yet. The Electrifying Story of Multiple Sclerosis is written to help people understand what it feels like to have the disease, how to help, and what symptoms people feel.
“My Mommy, MS and Me:” A Book to Explain MS to Children
Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the MSconnection. Please note comments are moderated. The MSFriends program connects you with emotional support from volunteers living with MS, 15 hours a day and seven days a week. Connect today by calling the MSFriends helpline at Search for:. I'm going to start by saying that I am not an expert in child psychology and this piece is not based on any formal research.
Live Your Life, Not Your Diagnosis
Hello all, am looking for an m. Without m. I would never have met my fave band, which I did through a charity that helps disabled people access music gigs. And now I have been invited to ANY u. K gig I can get to, and they are performing in my home city in April! But anyhoo I am looking for a book or leaflet to give to my son to read with me or someone else, that explains it a bit better!