The majority of patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are unable to retain employment within 10 years from disease onset.
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Often, the focus of understanding #MS disability is upon physical disabilities and challenges, often visible. However, the symptoms and disabilities that are invisible–the ones that cannot be measured on an objective scale of concrete, observable criteria–that cause greater social functioning issues.
How do those who live with #MS continue to be part of the community and engage in socially productive (and financially viable) work given the challenges associated with cognitive impairment?