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Lupus and You: Answers, Advocacy & Action

Each year, the chapter sponsors empowering programs that feature local and national speakers knowledgeable in the diagnosis, treatment, and research efforts of Lupus and related disorders. Speakers include those living with lupus and in the specialty areas of rheumatology, psychiatry, nephrology, cardiology, and more. Plus, hear from other lupus warriors and caregivers!

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Lupus and You: Answers, Advocacy & Action

Each year, the chapter sponsors empowering programs that feature local and national speakers knowledgeable in the diagnosis, treatment, and research efforts of Lupus and related disorders. Speakers include those living with lupus and in the specialty areas of rheumatology, psychiatry, nephrology, cardiology, and more. Plus, hear from other lupus warriors and caregivers!

 

Let's Talk About It

Let's Talk About It is a series of live educational webinars on a variety of topics designed to provide you with important information about living with lupus. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from some of the world's leading lupus experts from the comfort and privacy of your home. Participate in several or just the one that most interests you.

Missed an event? No problem. We record them all because they are Worth the Watch!

Lupus and Mental Health - Dealing with Anxiety Webinar

This webinar with be an interactive presentation on what is it to live with anxiety in conjunction with lupus. Working through anxiety as it pertains to day to day living with lupus, learning coping skills to deal with this as well as learning a new normal post-pandemic will be the focus.

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Register today!

 

Medicare 101- Navigating your Healthcare Coverage

Evon Peterson will be discussing the different coverages available through Medicare and the supplements which are available for add on.  She will help you be more successful at minimizing out of pocket expenses by breaking down what is covered by each part so that you can navigate the program and select a policy that is best suited for your needs

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Register today!

 

Empowerment Mini-Series 

With a lupus diagnosis comes many questions. In the Empowerment Mini-Series, we help you go from surviving to thriving. We will cover topics on a variety of issues in less than 20 minutes. So grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us for a quick lesson!

Exercise for Lupus Patients Part 1

Exercise helps keep our bones and muscles strong. In Exercise for Lupus Patients physical therapist, Dr. Robert Voorhees discusses the benefits of an active lifestyle and offers concrete ways for lupus patients to adopt an exercise regimen. Dr. Voorhees balances notes of caution and potential mobility limitations (e.g., bed rest, wheelchair use, etc.) to empower us to move our bodies safely and live life to the fullest.

Watch it here. 

Exercise for Lupus Patients 2, Bed Bound Exercises

Exercise helps keep our bones and muscles strong. In Exercise for Lupus Patients physical therapist, Dr. Robert Voorhees discusses the benefits of an active lifestyle and offers concrete ways for lupus patients to adopt an exercise regimen. Dr. Voorhees balances notes of caution and potential mobility limitations (e.g., bed rest, wheelchair use, etc.) to empower us to move our bodies safely and live life to the fullest.

Watch it here.

Exercise for Lupus Patients Part 3, Limited Mobility Exercises

Exercise helps keep our bones and muscles strong. In Exercise for Lupus Patients physical therapist, Dr. Robert Voorhees discusses the benefits of an active lifestyle and offers concrete ways for lupus patients to adopt an exercise regimen. Dr. Voorhees balances notes of caution and potential mobility limitations (e.g., bed rest, wheelchair use, etc.) to empower us to move our bodies safely and live life to the fullest.

Watch it here.

Exercise for Lupus Patients Part 4, High Level Exercises

Exercise helps keep our bones and muscles strong. In Exercise for Lupus Patients physical therapist, Dr. Robert Voorhees discusses the benefits of an active lifestyle and offers concrete ways for lupus patients to adopt an exercise regimen. Dr. Voorhees balances notes of caution and potential mobility limitations (e.g., bed rest, wheelchair use, etc.) to empower us to move our bodies safely and live life to the fullest.

Watch it here.

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