Back to school? Guidance for young people with MS
As schools and colleges re-open across the UK, members of the UK Childhood Inflammatory Disease Network have released a statement confirming that the majority of the children and young people with MS can safely return to educational settings.
Amy's inspirational story
Amy was diagnosed with MS when she was just 14 years old. She faced isolation, bullying and despair, but has emerged from her experience stronger, and determined to help the MS Trust make sure no young person ever has to take on MS alone.
"I am not defined by having multiple sclerosis"
Maisie, who was diagnosed with MS in June, aged just 14, hosted a My Garden Party in the summer, and raised thousands of pounds to help us make a difference for people with MS. Here she tells us what it meant to fundraise for the MS Trust and why she's determined to live her life like "any other teenager".
My MS story: "My rescue dog Kia makes every day with MS a little better"
Alana adopted her rescue dog Kia five years ago and says it was one of the best decisions she’s ever made. Here, Alana tells us about her journey with MS and the positive impact owning a pet has had on her life.
Childhood MS: Eden's story
Eden, 15, first noticed symptoms of MS when she experienced double vision during a game of netball
Childhood MS: Mohammed's story
Mohammed, 17, was diagnosed with MS in 2013. The budding engineer tells us about his hopes for the future