21 April 2021
MS is often diagnosed in your 20's when a lot of people are just starting out their working career. During 2020 many people found themselves on furlough, or being made redundant. In this episode we speak to Amy, who started not one but 2 new jobs during 2020. Amy also runs an online support group for young people with MS and we chat about how that was a great help during the year.
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This past year has been tough on all of us. But imagine being diagnosed with a lifelong condition such as multiple sclerosis in the middle of it all. In this podcast the MS Trust chat to two young women, to find out how they coped with their MS diagnosis in the middle of a pandemic.