Living with MS on Your Own Terms

Living with MSTo quote Jane Austen, “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” And for someone who is living with MS, comfort is crucial, as is remaining safe. If a loved one has been diagnosed with MS, the initial step in caregiving should be to make the appropriate modifications so the home is a safe, comfortable sanctuary, and not a hazardous place. [Read more…]

What Is Multiple Sclerosis? Regency Home Care Has the Info You Need!

What is Multiple SclerosisWhat is multiple sclerosis, or MS? It’s a long-lasting disease that can affect a person’s brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves. And while there is not yet a cure, hundreds of thousands of people in the United States are living with it – roughly 400,000 people to be exact, and of that, 86 percent list fatigue as the number one symptom of the disease. The cause of MS is not known; it is not contagious or known to be directly passed down from one family member to another, but factors that may come into play include the following: [Read more…]