Life isn’t viewed through our own two eyes anymore. We now let a smartphone be the first witness of things happening around us. We learn about other people’s lives, not by talking to, or observing them from a sun-drenched patio with a cool drink in front of us. Instead, we check out our friends’ Facebook pages and read their blogs. Direct communication seems a thing of the past. Continue reading
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Diagnosed 2,5 years after moving to Ireland, Willeke is engaged in advocacy efforts in support of improved disability and neurological services in Ireland, while also hoping to change people's perception about invisible illnesses like MS.
By highlighting difficult issues that come with the diagnosis of a chronic, neurodegenerative illness, she hopes her tenacity can bring dignity to people most in need of a modern, inclusive healthcare system and society which looks after every aspect of life.
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