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How do you explain MS to your children/grandchildren?

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Digesting science is a workshop with a set of fun packed simple activities to explain MS to children between 6-12 years. It is scientific information with a lot of FUN.

BBC One Show at the Oracle this Saturday

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The BBC’s One Show is making a film about care homes. Presenter Iain Lee will be at the Reading Oracle between 3-5PM this Saturday (3rd Feb) with a ‘Pop Up Care Clinic’.

Be kind to your mind

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Source MS Trust:

We often focus solely on our physical health but looking after our mental health is also vital to our sense of wellbeing. Jo Johnson, a consultant neuropsychologist with a special interest in MS, introduces practical steps you can take to improve and maintain your mental wellbeing.

Special Christmas Shopping Event in Reading

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Source Reading Borough Council

Once again, Reading Borough Council are hosting a Special Shopping Evening for older and those with disabilities.

MS Carers Lunch Club

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The next dates for the MS Carers Lunch Club are the 9th November.

Don't get caught out in a power cut - register with the free SSE Priority Service

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It doesn't matter who your electricity supplier is, if you are disabled you can register to receive the SSE Priority Service.

Do you shop at Tesco?

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Do you shop at Tesco at the Meadows or one of the local stores?

Do you want to talk to your kids about MS but are not sure where to start?

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Source MS Trust:

Do you want to talk to your kids about MS but are not sure where to start?

Top 5 accessible walks on the South West Coast

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Source Disability Horizons:

Steph Fairfoul works for Enjoybedandbreakfast.com, a small, independent travel website committed to bed and breakfasts and guest houses. Here she shares with us 5 accessible walks across the South West of England, and the best places to stay.

My Thoughts on Being a Grandparent with a Disability

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Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

I had always envisioned that I would be an active and healthy grandparent when the time came — not one with a disability. I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) in the summer of 2010, which also happened to be the same year my first grandchild was born.

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