Podcast: Impact of cognitive symptoms on employment
Cognitive symptoms caused by MS can impact different aspects of the lives of those living with the condition, especially employment status. During this podcast discussion, Professor Dawn Langdon and David Yeandle talk to Jon Strum about the challenges and opportunities that arise throughout work life with MS.
Professor Langdon is a neuropsychologist, health psychologist and Professor of Neuropsychology and Director of Health and Medicine at Royal Holloway, University of London. David Yeandle was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS in 2010.
The conversation explores the impact of cognitive symptoms on employment and potential solutions to better support people with MS in the workplace.
MS21’s cognition and employment survey is highlighted in the episode, which you can answer by navigating to the survey section of the website to help develop future resources to support of the MS community.
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