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kateda11
Topessayservices

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mw58
I want to Work Part time from home

Hi, I want to start to work part time from my home. I currently work full time and am asking my employer if I can do this on days that I just cant seem to drag myself to work. Has any one had any issues with this? I am in administration, and this can be done and I work out of a State Agency? dose any one have… Read More

Dion
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

Hi.  My name is Dion Shaw and I've been an MS client for quite a while and am thrilled that we have MS Connections as an alternative. About 16 months ago, I started a blog - http://homepreneurs.wordpress.com - to help the unemployed find jobs.  This is primarily a start a home business site, but also provides… Read More

nursetwink
Private Student Loans

I have private student loans I took out in 2004/2005 to get BS-Nursing. I was diagnosed with MS in 2011. With all my regular expenses and adding MS expenses to that, I'm having a hard time paying this loan. I was told it couldn't be written off even if totally/completely disabled. Help, I'm drowning in debt and… Read More

ethanwood
ScamFighter

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pamj2012
Work*

I have been employed at the same place for 7 years. I was diagnosed with MS in October 2018 but have been having problems for 2 years. Now my employer has cut my hours because I have to call out of work sometimes. It hurts to know that is how much loyalty means now days. Read More

sheryl92
Speedypaper

You know this story. Boy meets girl and falls in love. He has no time for homework when there are dates to organize and love songs to write. So the boy falls behind in classes and goes online in search of help. He orders a paper from the first site Google suggests, and there the troubles begin. The website… Read More

ghosthunter68
Disability *

I was diagnosed with RRMS in 2010, my doctor believes I've had it since 2005 from past medical records.  I'm 48 years old and have been working in the airline industry for over 20 years doing the same thing. I used to know it like the back of my hand. Now I'm struggling remembering just about everything.  Im… Read More

mezzolisa
Living Abroad in China with MS *

Hi all! I'm 28 years old and am leaving in August for China. I plan to teach English for a year. Does anyone here enjoy travel? Has anyone spent more than a month abroad or have any resources on living overseas with MS? The only hiccup I have at this point is finding a way to get my Gilenya prescription while… Read More

janknopfler
Desire to return to work*

Hi all, I am 47 years old have been struggling with MS related fatigue and cognitive impairment since Dec 2013 and went on disability back then. I miss working and feel deflated about not contributing to society. I have contacted the local state Vocational Rehab office to help me maybe land a part-time job. I… Read More

marzhonna
Guidence*

Hi, my name is Marzonna McNeal, and I want to start my own business that centers around people with Multiple Sclerosis. From there I want to begin to find people who know about MS and have them work with me to help give advice, and general information that may help the patients understand their medical… Read More

Brandon1
Advice on Job.......

I've had MS for almost 12 years now.  About 2 years ago I finally told the job I've worked for over 10 years that I have MS.  The only reason I told them is because I needed to start using a cain to get around.  I couldn't keep saying my knees/back were giving me problems if I use a cain every day.  What I do… Read More

MsLGT
Changing from Full-Time to Part-Time Work *

Has anyone changed from full time to part time and been successful in obtaining disability benefits if they were needed. If so can you give some pointers on how to move through the process. I have considered changing my employment to work part time. However, I don’t know if the change is feasible. I thought if… Read More

michd2006
I have 2 very different jobs

My question is this.  I am a nurse in an emergency room and a contract postal carrier.  My nursing job is full of stress, faced paced, multitasking environment.  My other job is just me sorting and delivering mail at my own pace, in quiet, non stressful environment. I have been out of work at the hospital, but… Read More

mtagliente
Newly diagnosed teacher *

I was recently diagnosed with MS.  I am a teacher in a high school and wanted to know how other teachers feel about working with MS.   I have missed a ton of days this year and so far behind where i should be.  I feel like anytime one of my students coughs or sneezes i end up being out or work for a day or two.… Read More

shanleedill
Back to School?*

In February 2008 I started a business with my parents.  We have a small BBQ restaurant in GA.  Though I had had random symptoms for years, the long hours and the heat started making my body go crazy and I started my quest for diagnosis.  In February 2012, I was diagnosed as relapsing/remitting.  At first I… Read More

michd2006
getting employer to understand MS

I am newly diagnosed with MS.  I have 2 jobs that are totally different.  I am a contracted postal carrier/sorter and a nurse in the emergency room.  I do both part time 3 days on mail route and 2 days in the ER I am back working on the mail route.  It takes me longer but I am done with my work in an… Read More