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Multiple sclerosis care

It’s a condition that affects people in many different ways, which is why we provide highly flexible and responsive support.

Care and support for multiple sclerosis at home

Multiple Sclerosis affects over 100,000 people in the UK and there are many strategies that can be used to improve the symptom control and quality of life of those living with the condition.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition of the central nervous system where the coating around nerve fibres is damaged which essentially results in signals travelling along nerves being disrupted. This can result in a wide variety of symptoms that affect people in different ways and may include difficulties with balance, movement, vision, sensation, numbness, bladder control and thought processes.

Read more about the symptoms of MS.

There are two main types of MS which can have different ways of affecting people, symptoms may come and go in phases (relapsing-remitting MS) or steadily progress over time (primary progressive MS).

The majority of people living with MS in the UK have the relapsing-remitting type of the disease. They will have episodes of worsening symptoms or the development of new symptoms and then these slowly improve over a period of time. The time between relapses and recovery can vary greatly from person to person and may be as little as several days through to several years.

Read more about the types of Multiple Sclerosis


Radfield offers specialist support for multiple sclerosis care needs.

Because Multiple Sclerosis can affect people in so many different ways there is no ‘one fit for all’ solution of how to best assist those affected.

With the care services we provide, we can be extremely flexible with the type, amount or timings of care that is required. This can easily be adjusted as required to fit in with times where symptoms are making life more challenging and scaled back at times when symptoms are more controlled.

Radfield Care Professionals can assist with all elements of household support, medication, personal care, getting out and about and continence care to ensure that quality of life is upheld with dignity, kindness and respect.

Find support for multiple sclerosis care near you

We’d love to talk about ways we can help, get in touch with your local Radfield team today.

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Frequently asked questions about Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

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How do I get direct payment funding?

Can I get help with funding for my home care?

What is a direct payment?

If I receive a direct payment, will I have to pay any of my own money towards my care?

If I'm on a direct payment, how will social services pay me the money?

I see that you use a software system - how does this work?

Can I cancel at any time if I don’t want to continue?

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