19 April 2021
During lockdown a lot of us felt drained from doing nothing at all. Many people with MS struggle with fatigue during the best of times, but lockdown made things several times worse. In this episode we meet Ant Chapman, a musician and educator who worked all the way through lockdown remotely. We talk about his MS journey and how getting creative and starting to stream music making sessions on Twitch helped him get through lockdown. Ant even made this podcast theme tune as a part of a live stream for the MS Trust.
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