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To be diagnosed with a chronic disease during a person’s life span is difficult to cope with, as changes must be made to roles, occupations and activities undertaken in daily life. At the age of 21, Jessica was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, MS, which is a chronic autoimmune disorder that is caused by the breakdown of myelin in the central nervous system. As a result of the MS, Jessica has had to change and modify many of the occupations, which she participates in, such as personal care and socializing. Not only has the Multiple Sclerosis affected Jessica herself but is has also had an impact on her relation with family and friends. The environment that Jessica lives in had both enable and limited her to adapting to aspects of the illness.

The nature and prognosis of the disability:
As stated in the introduction, Jessica suffers from Multiple Sclerosis or MS, for short. MS is the body’s own immune system attacking the neurons in the brain and spinal cord (MS Australia, 2005). So far, Doctors have found about four different types of Multiple Sclerosis
; relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis, secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis, primary progressive Multiple Sclerosis, and relapsing progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis is characterized by unpredictable relapse and new symptoms appearing or the existing ones becoming worse. Secondary Multiple Sclerosis is seen in those who have relapse-remitting Multiple Sclerosis and they develop a progressive disability. With primary Multiple Sclerosis, the symptoms gradually worse over time. Relapsing progressive Multiple Sclerosis is similar to primary progressive except the symptoms level over time and there are multiple relapses (The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, n.d.). There is no distinct prognosis for Multiple Sclerosis. Each person is different but they are expected to…...

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