Join our new OR support group facilitated by Becky. We meet virtually over Zoom, all are welcome!
Register today for one of three PNW Walk to End Lupus Now events.
Saturday , September 17th at Lake Union Park
Saturday , October 8th at Providence Park Stadium
Thursday , November 17th - VIRTUAL Celebration
Register today and join us for the 2022 Walk to End Lupus Now!
Brain fog is a very common lupus symptom—70 to 80 percent of people experience it at some point in their lupus journey. The past PNW Lupus & You event taught us more about brain fog, its symptoms, management techniques, and more. We heard from speakers Shannon Boxx, a 3-time Olympic gold medalist and World Cup Champion who lives with lupus, and Dr. Erik Anderson, a rheumatologist and researcher at Northwell Health in New YorkListen to the Recording
All are welcome from across the Pacific Northwest – join to listen, share and participate however you are comfortable. We meet the third Saturday of each month at 10:30am. Email InfoPNW@lupus.org for more information.
Thank you for joining us for the third Pacific Northwest Lupus & You event of the year, which focused on "Taking Care of Your Mental Health." Our keynote speaker, Angela Farrar Small, discussed mindful self-compassion, which uses mindfulness to increase our awareness of the present and self-compassion to help us be kinder to ourselves.
A link to the recording is here!
Thank you for joining un on March 1st at 5:30pm (pacific) on Zoom to learn about Sjogren’s syndrome and Raynaud’s disease, two conditions that can occur along with lupus. We heard from Dr. Arinola Dada, a rheumatologist at Overlake Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center in Bellevue, Washington, about these conditions, their connection with lupus, and how they can be managed.
Recording will be available soon