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MS and the Family 

This handy pocket-sized guide for patients and health professionals is organised into the following sections:
  • Uninvited Guest
  • Emotion/Cognition
  • Pregnancy
  • Children and MS
  • Relationships
  • Communication
  • Sexuality
  • Planning
Multiple Sclerosis can have a significant impact not only on the person with the diagnosis but also on the lives of family members and friends of a person living with MS. Family members do not always recognise those invisible symptoms such as fatigue, cognitive function or emotional struggles. The 32-page booklet is designed to offer patients and health professionals useful information and strategies at a glance. But, given each family and person with MS is unique, not all the suggestions or information will be relevant to everyone, but we feel sure that each person affected with MS will find a gem within its pages.

 

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MS and Emotions 

This handy pocket-sized guide for patients and health professionals is organised into the following sections:
  • Grief and Loss
  • Depression
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Other Emotions
  • Behavioural Issues
  • Talking Therapies
  • Communication
In MS, physical symptoms are relatively easy to recognise however emotional changes are more "hidden" and often not recognised. This 32-page booklet gives patients and health professionals access to the information they need at a glance; it explores some of the common psychological changes resulting from a diagnosis of MS and provides strategies to help manage fatigue. Please remember that not all strategies will work for everyone but hopefully there will be something for everyone in this booklet.

More information on subjects covered in the booklets, along with helpful resources,
are accessible from a supporting website.  
All booklets - from £6.99 including postage and packing

 






 


 







MS and the Family 

This handy pocket-sized guide for patients and health professionals is organised into the following sections:
  • Uninvited Guest
  • Emotion/Cognition
  • Pregnancy
  • Children and MS
  • Relationships
  • Communication
  • Sexuality
  • Planning
Multiple Sclerosis can have a significant impact not only on the person with the diagnosis but also on the lives of family members and friends of a person living with MS. Family members do not always recognise those invisible symptoms such as fatigue, cognitive function or emotional struggles. The 32-page booklet is designed to offer patients and health professionals useful information and strategies at a glance. But, given each family and person with MS is unique, not all the suggestions or information will be relevant to everyone, but we feel sure that each person affected with MS will find a gem within its pages.

MS and Emotions 

This handy pocket-sized guide for patients and health professionals is organised into the following sections:
  • Grief and Loss
  • Depression
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Other Emotions
  • Behavioural Issues
  • Talking Therapies
  • Communication
In MS, physical symptoms are relatively easy to recognise however emotional changes are more "hidden" and often not recognised. This 32-page booklet gives patients and health professionals access to the information they need at a glance; it explores some of the common psychological changes resulting from a diagnosis of MS and provides strategies to help manage fatigue. Please remember that not all strategies will work for everyone but hopefully there will be something for everyone in this booklet.

 

You will be able to order the booklet in the following pack sizes:

A single booklet - £6.99 (incl p & p)
A pack of 5 booklets - £24.50 (incl p & p)
A pack of 10 booklets - £37.99 (incl p & p)
You will be able to pay online or you can pay by cheque. If you are purchasing on behalf of a department we will require a purchase order number before we can process your order.

To start the process please click on the 'purchase' button on the righthand side

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