On the 18th June 2018, in parallel to the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) congress, we hosted a live webcast called: “Maintaining independence in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS)” which explored the impact of progressive MS on the health and wellbeing of both people with MS and their caregivers, as well as the importance of maintaining independence.
In case you missed it, Jane Symons, author and journalist, led the discussion which included:
Amanda Montague, Vice-President of Education and Healthcare Relations at MSAA
Alexandre Silva, vice-president of SPEM and living with relapsing MS
Tony Cardis, who lives with primary progressive MS
Watch our panel discuss key topics around the importance and inherent value of living independently with MS:
Understanding disability progression and the importance of supporting people to live their best lives.
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