"The more we talk about MS, the more others understand"
There are around 130,000 people living with MS in the UK, each with a different story to tell. Here, in their own words, people with MS share their experiences.
"MS has made me look at my life and think about what's important"
Watch our film to hear the experiences of BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt.
My MS and my mental health
In his latest blog, Ian Daly speaks candidly about his own experience with depression and urges others to seek help if needed.
Introducing Staying Smart
Ever forget where you’ve put your keys? Struggle to find the word that’s on the tip of your tongue? You’re not alone. he MS Trust has launched a new, interactive web zone to provide everyday tips and tricks to help lift the ‘cog fog’.
At work with MS
With the right support in place, MS shouldn’t stop you from working. Here we take a look at some practical support that can help.
"MS has made me determined to make a difference for others"
A “life-changing” diagnosis of MS in 1999 inspired John Hambly to set up a new therapy centre to improve his own situation and bring support to others living with the condition
The need for ‘MS Trust in us’ is so compelling
Nigel Bartram, diagnosed with primary progressive MS (PPMS) in 2009, tells us why despite living in France, he is supporting the 'MS Trust...in us' campaign
Poetry and MS
Poet and teacher Georgi Gill has used her experience with MS to set up the PaMS Study on Poetry and MS, online workshops to explore how we communicate about MS.