An MS diagnosis might feel scary and overwhelming, but remember, you're not alone. Find out how other people have come to terms with their diagnosis.
"Live life to the fullest and accept any challenge that makes you look twice"
Trudi Lampart-Macdonald from Kent took part in our Jump in June skydiving month last year and raised around £1,000 to help fund the MS Trust’s work. Here she tells us why it meant so much to her to be able to take on this challenge.
In this blog, Lydia from the MS Trust comms team highlights the importance of having people with MS on primetime TV, but also looks at the difficulties of portraying such a complex condition in a drama.
Mags Lewis was diagnosed with MS in 1994. After a career as a manager in the NHS, she’s now the Green Party disability spokesperson, and hopes to stand as the party’s candidate for Leicester at the next general election. She tells Open Door why she thinks it’s important for people with MS to get involved and make a difference.
I have MS therefore I am: on MS, philosophy and finding hope
Eve Darwood is a philosophy teacher at a secondary school in Lincolnshire. Last year she was diagnosed with MS. In this blog post she explains how her job, helping young people make sense of the world, has affected how she makes sense of MS (and vice versa).