Laura Kolaczkowski

About Laura Kolaczkowski

Laura is active in the national and local MS community, facilitating patient programs including MS research and an MS Aquatics program. She is also a presence on the internet at MS patient sites and maintains her blog at Laura has a particular research interest in the use of internet information by people with MS and how that knowledge is shared in the patient-doctor relationship.

By Laura Kolaczkowski - May 23, 2017
The Americans with Disability Act (ADA), passed in 1990, was meant to guarantee reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities so they can get equal access to services (in theory and on paper... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - February 16, 2017
Overrated  “(of something) considered to be better than it really is” – Cambridge dictionary. Over-rated is a buzz word these days ever since a high-profile person’s tweet went out about a famous actress being overrated. It... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - January 22, 2017
I spent the last few months doing a remedial course in physical therapy.  My walking had become quite difficult, fortunately not painful, and my gait was unsteady.  Walking had become a dreaded... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - December 19, 2016
It’s that most wonderful time again when the world is lit up with the lights of the holidays. No matter what you celebrate, it is almost certain there is some form of tradition... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - November 28, 2016
I’ve been talking to a person investigating the ‘construction’ of a standalone wellness center intended to serve people with neurological disorders, especially people like me with multiple sclerosis. A point I make... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - November 20, 2016
Do you want to go beyond just treating your disease and do something to fight back against MS?  I know I do, and that is why I am passionate about MS research... READ MORE