Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common neurological condition affecting working aged adults.
While a diagnosis may come as a welcome explanation for unusual symptoms, most people will feel shocked & disoriented for months.
This booklet provides encouragement for those who have been newly diagnosed, explains what MS is & the treatments currently available, offers practical ideas for living & working with MS, & points to the comfort that is to be found in God.
Jo Johnson was a clinical psychologist within the NHS for nearly twenty years and now works as an independent neuropsychologist specializing in dementia, multiple sclerosis and brain injury. She lives with her husband and four children in West Sussex and is the author of Help! Someone I Love Has Dementia (Day One, 2015).