The effects of MS may mean that you need to make adaptations to your home, such as adding a downstairs bathroom, installing a stair lift or widening doors to allow a wheelchair through. There are sources of help with organising and funding home adaptations.
The symptoms of MS can sometimes interfere with your daily life and make previously straightforward tasks more of a challenge. From large investments to handy little gadgets, find information and advice on choosing the right equipment to fit your need.
Driving and transport
If MS affects your ability to drive or to use public transport, there is help available to ensure you can still get around. We also have information on driving while taking medicines, adapting your car and getting discounted public transport.
Travelling and holidays
For some people travelling with MS may simply mean checking that you have packed your medications, for others it may involve making sure that the facilities in an accessible hotel room adequately meet your requirements. Here are libnks to accessible holidays, and tips for coping with travelling and holidays.
Last updated: July 2018
Last reviewed: July 2018
This page will be reviewed within three years