Imagine that you are not able anymore to go to work (or education), use public transportation, visit friends or family, go to the theatre, attend outside events or even to get medical care. This may not be very difficult during these Corona times. This blog post points out these are all too common daily struggles of people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
There are three ways to extend mobility for older people and patients. We can offer electronic support in or on the means of transportation, we can adapt the infrastructure, and we can provide cognitive training. Dick de Waard focused in his inaugural lecture (and in this blog post) on the first two.