It is time to celebrate people beyond their neurological condition, to ensure what makes them who they are, is never forgotten.
What Makes You, You? We all have unique qualities that make us who we are, and it is these qualities that are so important to us, our families and our friends. Neurological conditions can slowly alter parts of our identity, but they do not determine who we are.
By sharing inspirational stories, we can help tackle stigma and change the conversation around people living with neurological conditions.
We asked people living with neurological conditions, their families and their carers ‘What Makes You, You?’. Here is what they had to say.
What makes you, you:
Brian is living with multiple sclerosis. He tells us how despite his diagnosis he has started to live a simpler lifestyle so he can continue working as a mechanic and be there for his loved ones.
At Roche, we hope to create a tomorrow where neurological disorders no longer limit human potential – to preserve what makes us who we are.
We would like to thank all the patient groups and people living with neurological conditions who partnered with Roche to create and share their stories.