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Medical Power of Attorney and Multiple Sclerosis

Medical Power of Attorney and Multiple Sclerosis

Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) is a life-changing event that can alter the way you think about your future. Dealing with MS symptoms can put life into perspective and bring up issues that you may not have thought about, including how...
Posted 01/04/2022

Hiring a Caregiver for MS

Hiring a Caregiver for MS

As your multiple sclerosis (MS) progresses, you may develop greater disability and require more help with daily activities. For example, maybe your partner has begun to help you get dressed in the morning, or your child picks up your groceries....
Posted 06/03/2021

Advanced Multiple Sclerosis Care Needs

Advanced Multiple Sclerosis Care Needs

Progression to advanced multiple sclerosis (MS) comes with worsening symptoms, neurological dysfunction, and disability. Advanced MS can impact one’s ability to perform daily activities. Family members, caregivers, and friends can also be impacted...
Posted 05/19/2021

Preventing Abuse and Multiple Sclerosis

Preventing Abuse and Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can affect any part of the central nervous system (CNS) — brain and spinal cord — leading to lesions that may impact the body's functions, including cognitive abilities. This can cause some people with MS to lose their...
Posted 05/06/2021

Developing a Health Care Team for Multiple Sclerosis

Developing a Health Care Team for Multiple Sclerosis

Managing wellness with multiple sclerosis (MS) generally requires several different kinds of health care professionals. Some may be responsible for treating physical aspects of the condition, and others may help with the mental or emotional...
Posted 03/30/2021

Advance Medical Directives and Multiple Sclerosis

Advance Medical Directives and Multiple Sclerosis

As people with multiple sclerosis (MS) age, they may reach a point where they are no longer able to make their own decisions regarding health care. Some people with MS thus create advance medical directives, legal documents that ensure future care...
Posted 03/18/2021
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