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Welcome to Uninterrupted - Personal stories about the realities of MS

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A support worker’s experience of Progressive MS

Over my seven years of working as a support worker, I had the privilege of sharing my time with several amazing individuals who lived with Progressive MS.

Reflecting upon this period in my life, I am flooded with emotions and memories of the fantastic people that I spent time with on a...

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The NDIS and me: one year on

It’s hard to believe I’ve been an NDIS participant for almost twelve months!  But I had a text from them recently, letting me know I needed to book in to have my plan reviewed before my first year was up.  I owe you all an apology for not providing an update on how I was finding the system after...

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24 Hours Was All It Took

Unlike most diagnoses of Multiple Sclerosis 24 hours was all it took to receive my diagnosis and, what's more, it was me that asked to be tested specifically for MS

It was November 1997 when I went off to see a neurologist. I had been booked in to see the specialist following a car...

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Revealing My Multiple Sclerosis At Work
Revealing My Multiple Sclerosis At Work

Are struggling with the notion of whether you should tell people at work about your MS?

Are you wondering if you should tell your boss?

Do you know if you are even obliged to disclose your condition?

Or would you rather keep this information private and...

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How MS changed my life for the better pt1

One thing about me that mannnyyy don't know.
Is.. Deep breath.. I'm in the early stages of MS. I've been so blessed to have faught for 10 years on and off against cancers that threatened my miriacle life.
Though I've kept very quiet about the findings of MS discovered about a year...

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Dodging Bullets

I had my first attack when I was nine years old. The first thing I remember was finding it difficult to do up buttons. This was followed by weakness in my left arm and then problems with slurring words and my mouth dropping on the left side and problems closing my left eye. Then trouble walking...

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