Dr Anita Rose
The Raphael Hospital
Dr Anita Rose is a Consultant Neuropsychologist currently working at The Raphael Hospital in Tonbridge and also works as an independent Consultant Neuropsychologist across the globe.
Dr Anita Rose is known as a Champion for Multiple Sclerosis and provides significant input into the field of multiple sclerosis via her clinical work, research, publications, booklets and consultancy to the MS Groups in the UK, as Vice Chair for the European Neuropsychology Special Interest Group in MS, and is the Vice Chair and Clinical Advisor to the MS Society in South Africa. She also acts as a Patron to Mutual Support, a charity working with people with MS, and their families, who are serving in the Armed Forces.
Dr Anita Rose is a sought after speaker across the globe with her message being one of empowerment to both people who have neurological conditions and to health professionals who work in the field of neurology.
Cognitive Issues in Multiple Sclerosis
43-70% of PwMS will experience cognitive changes. Early recognition, assessment and treatment are important because cognitive changes can significantly affect a person’s quality of life and are the primary cause of loss of employment. Health care professionals working with people with MS should understand cognitive challenges PwMS face and be flexible and creative when providing new information or teaching new skills. This seminar will discuss the cognitive changes and provide some strategies for supporting PwMS.
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