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When Fitness Equals Finance

When Fitness Equals Finance

When Logan was young, he would spend every day outdoors. There was nothing he loved more than tossing a ball, shooting a puck, and running around with his friends. He was athletic from the time he could walk  – and physical activity was an important part of his life. As he got older he began to run marathons. Fitness became not only a hobby, but a lifestyle for him. For that reason, he decided to turn his passion into a career. He loved his job as a physical trainer. Not only was he active all day long, but he felt like he was truly helping others achieve their...
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Multiple Sclerosis Roundup

Multiple Sclerosis Roundup

Share Lawyers has worked with many clients who face the daily challenges of living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS is a particularly difficult condition to navigate, as it takes a variety of forms. From our experience, we are aware of the multitude of ways that living with MS can affect a person, and make it difficult or impossible to work consistently. We believe that your health should be your top priority, and financial instability should not be another hurdle to climb. Below are a selection of blogs that provide insight on living with MS. We have provided information...
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The Facts of Multiple Sclerosis

The Facts of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is far more common than many people realize. In fact, Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world, with roughly 77,000 known cases of the disease. An additional 11 new cases are diagnosed every single day, so chances are good that Multiple Sclerosis has affected your life (or the life of someone you know) in some way. There are three main types of Multiple Sclerosis. Most patients – approximately 85% – are first diagnosed with Relapse-Remitting MS, which is characterized by semi-regular attacks or flare-ups that bring on new symptoms and...
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A Carpenter Without her Tools

A Carpenter Without her Tools

As soon as Ira picked up a hammer in her high school shop class, she knew that building was what she was meant to do. Woodworking became an early passion of hers, and her skills grew stronger as she worked as an apprentice under many accomplished craftspeople. What started as a hobby became a career, and she was great at what she did. At the age of 40, Ira had been working as a professional carpenter for nearly 20 years. One day, she lost her balance while working on site, and dropped a power tool. Nobody was harmed, but she was still concerned. This was the first time...
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Can a Service Dog Help Someone with MS?

Can a Service Dog Help Someone with MS?

Even the most basic daily tasks can be a challenge for someone with Multiple Sclerosis. The nerve damage associated with the disease can cause fatigue, balance issues, and mobility impairment, all of which can make a simple trip across the room an exhausting physical ordeal. That’s why a trained service dog can be so valuable to someone with MS. Like most dogs, service dogs provide comfort and companionship, boosting mental health and making it easier to engage with the world at large. However, a service dog can perform many other vital functions that allow someone with...