Getting Back on Track
There will be a day when you start to realise that you are getting better and that your condition is very much more under control. Here is some information and links which may help to get you back on track.

Driving
For many people when they are first diagnosed with a functional neurological disorder, driving is no longer an option, especially if you have seizures.Your doctor will decide whether you are able to continue driving or not. It is vital that you inform the DVLA about your condition. Read more…

Education
Schools and colleges have to adhere to the guidelines laid down by the government in regards to disability discrimination (see links below). This means they should make reasonable adjustments to ensure that disabled children/students have access to, and can participate in, education in the same way as children without disabilities. Read more…

Healthy Living
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Travel
Being diagnosed with a functional neurological disorder may make you feel as if you will never leave the house again! Elsewhere we have explained things you can try and treatments available to help you improve your condition. There will be a day when you realise that actually you do want to get out and about again on your own but you may lack confidence or feel uncomfortable on public transport if you are no longer able to drive. Read more…

Work
Going back to work can be quite nerve wracking. Your employer is obliged to allow you a phased return to work and to make any reasonable adjustments to allow you to do your job. A good employer will have been in touch with you all the time you have been off sick and will have measures in place to help you get back. Read more…

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