Childrens books about multiple sclerosis
The Electrifying Story of Multiple Sclerosis by Vanita OelschlagerBecause Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that someone will live with for years, or even decades, it is important for family and friends to understand what the person is going through and learn how to give support. Multiple Sclerosis used to be feared because it was so unpredictable and doctors knew very little in how to treat it. Thanks to good research and great doctors, people can live with MS even though there is not a cure yet. The Electrifying Story of Multiple Sclerosis is written to help people understand what it feels like to have the disease, how to help, and what symptoms people feel.
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Julian and his mother, who lives with MS, wrote this book together in hopes it will help others understand the disease in an easier, less clinical way. In the colorful story, Julian compares MS to video games, ninjas, soldier and even super heroes. Each page includes bright and inviting images and my kids enjoyed snuggling with me while we read it together. Or is there any way you help them to understand the disease? This is a great idea. It helps me to explain what is happening when it is happening.
While I am a card carrying member of the child-free, it has never escaped me how difficult parenting with multiple sclerosis must be. Not only do.
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We respect your privacy. While I am a card carrying member of the child-free , it has never escaped me how difficult parenting with multiple sclerosis must be. Not only do parents with MS have to do all of the other stuff parents have to do; they must do it from behind the varyingly thickness of the curtain of this whacky disease. Busy mom trying to juggle job, house, family and MS??? What a balancing act!