Multiple Sclerosis

A guide to people with MS in the workplace

This guide is intended to stimulate discussion between an employee and their employer when MS progresses over time and their symptoms begin to impact their ability to work efficiently. Compiled by: Luisa Pretti – Registered General and Psychiatric Nurse, Insurance Disability Assessor, Dr Tony Davidson – Organisational Health Consultant; and Justine Del Monte – Specialist …

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Q&A: Multiple Sclerosis in the workplace

In over two thirds of cases, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects women, and often strikes between the ages of 20 and 40 – during the prime working years. Disability Connect spoke to *Francis Smith, a 52-year-old attorney from Johannesburg and an MS sufferer, to gain some personal insights into her experiences of living with, and working …

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