How might a chronic fluctuating health condition affect someone at work?This section links you directly with the patient organisations. They provideadvice, practical tips and information on initiatives, benefits andgovernment and non government support
Often people with MS do not need special arrangements for working or, if they do, these may be very inexpensive.
With appropriate support many people continue to work for many years following diagnosis.
Some people with arthritis find working life challenging, but there is plenty of support available.
HIV & AIDS
Working with HIV is often only a challenge due to discrimination from colleagues.
A diagnosis of cancer can affect an individual's work-life in several different ways. Most can be managed.
Having diabetes doesn't mean that people cannot get or keep a job.
M.E. is defined as a neurological illness by the World Health Organisation.