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Many believe that a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) can rid individuals of their independence. But, with professional help from trained and qualified nurses and carers, the condition can be maintained enough to make everyday life more manageable.
Multiple sclerosis is a brain condition that can affect physical abilities and cause mental health issues. The symptoms can vary but are often incredibly debilitating to those suffering. This can result in simple daily tasks becoming incredibly difficult to accomplish.
Thankfully, there is a way in which people suffering with multiple sclerosis can be helped. Keep reading to find out how multiple sclerosis care can help you.
Multiple sclerosis care is a form of condition-led care that focuses its efforts solely on those who have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
As the condition has an inherent impact on all sorts of day-to-day activities, the provision of multiple sclerosis care at home or in hospitals can be highly effective in not only managing the condition, but reducing its overall impact on life.
At present, the cause of multiple sclerosis is unknown, but there are certain factors that can contribute towards an increased chance of someone having it.
Multiple sclerosis itself is not fatal; however, it can result in many health complications depending on the severity. This is why appropriate care for multiple sclerosis can not only make lives easier, it can potentially save them.
Research has continually shown that smokers have an increased likelihood of being diagnosed with MS.
The prevalence of MS is not linked to age; however, many cases occur between the ages of 20 and 40 years old.
MS isn’t directly hereditary, but a relative having the condition can increase the chances of developing it.
“The staff that came to visit me were careful and more than helpful.”
- Ellis Cook
While a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can be intimidating, not all hope is lost. At My Care My Home, we are passionate about ensuring your care needs are met regardless of the circumstance.
In addition to our many other condition-led care services, My Care My Home are able to source and provide multiple sclerosis care throughout England and Wales. . For those living in South Wales and Wigan, we are able to deliver these services directly whilst the rest of the nation is covered via our network of trusted caregivers.
Is there something else you would like help with? We offer many other types of care services should they be required.
1. Initial Contact
The first step is to contact our team who will be able to advise you on the best type of care for your situation.
After your initial consultation, our team gets to work on creating some objectives to be met with your services. We will be sure to address any specific requests you point out to us to ultimately ensure that you feel supported at all times.
3. Future Plan
Once your services are in place, we will keep a close eye on proceedings to make sure that everything is running smoothly. If anything goes wrong, we will make the necessary calls to put things right without interrupting your care.