Holidays, short breaks and respite care

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Taking a break is really important for everyone’s wellbeing.

It is even more important when you’re living with the day-to-day demands of MS or caring.

A break can be anything you want it to be. The most important thing is that it’s a break from the usual routine, which is a positive experience for everyone involved.

The accessibility of your accommodation and destination can have a big impact on your experience if you have a mobility impairment.

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There are plenty of websites and other resources that can help you research accessibility in advance. Find out more.

Getting support during your break or having someone take over caring responsibilities could be be option to consider, especially if care needs are high. 

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Read about the care and support for holidays available, including our partnerships with care providers.

You might be eligible for financial support towards the cost of your short break, holiday or respite care.

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There are a few ways you can get help with paying for your break. Find out if you are eligible for assistance.

There are extra things to consider if you're going abroad, especially if you're a passenger with reduced mobility.

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Read more about planning your trip, from taking medicines abroad to insurance.

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