The government's Access to Work scheme will often pay for thing that you need, to keep you working like a wheelchair, software, a personal assistant, taxis etc. Follow the link for more…

Sometimes you might need help dealing with the authorities, for example, you might need a bit of support attending appointments with consultants, applying for benefits, appealing against decisions…

Benefits ... There's got to be some, right?  If you are disabled you can get a discount from your council tax and save money every month! Contact your local council to find out more.

We all have to pay for our prescriptions unless ... you get a Medical Exemption Certificate, which you can get from your GP or neurologist, if you have MS and there are certain circumstances, like…

From the 1st November 2018, the government have legalised the use of medical cannabis, when prescribed by specialist doctors. Evidence shows cannabis for medicinal use can work for some people to…

Before an important meeting with you consultant for example, write a list of the main things you want to say, in case you forget in the head of the moment. You can also record it if you have a…

For anyone whom is struggling to deal with the emotional side of the diagnosis, some contributors have found that certain types of counselling can help. MS-UK is a registered charity which offers…

This is a regular payment from the government intended to pay for additional costs relating to your disability. Here is an explanation all about it:

PIP

As a lot of us are going through PIP i thought I would share something. In some MS advice paperwork from one of the 2 major charities they suggested using a diary to explain your week. I made this…

 When you try and make a contribution and haven’t done so before, we will ask you for a name and email address to register. Then you will receive an email to say you have registered. There is no…