Local Resources

Support Groups

Support Groups provide resources, information and a sympathetic ear to those who have been affected by lupus in a caring and supportive environment. Receive a welcome packet at your first meeting with lots of resources and information. 

We are proud that the Indiana Chapter provides "Living with Lupus" support groups around the state and launched an online support group in 2017. Learn more about meeting dates, times and locations or call 800.948.8806.  Meeting details can also be located on our Events page. Meet our support group facilitators.
 

Yoga/Tai Chi Classes

We are very excited to be able to offer free gentle yoga and tai chi classes for people with lupus and one caregiver or support person. This is seated/chair-supported yoga and tai chi. Attendees wanting to add more intensity to their yoga sessions are welcome to bring a yoga mat to do some of their exercises on the floor.

Classes are currently held in Carmel but we hope to expand this offering to other areas of the state in 2018. If you teach yoga or tai chi and would be interested in partnering with us to bring classes to other locations, please contact Debbie Campbell (debbie@lupusindiana.org). Additional Information 
 

Educational Events

We held an all-day 'In the Loop - Healthy Living with Lupus’ Symposium on Sat., Dec. 9, 2017, at Crowne Plaza Airport in Indianapolis. View presentations from the symposium.

We're busy planning educational opportunities for 2018 so check back for updates!

Our Chapter is happy to offer the 'Ask the Experts: Teleconference Series,'  a monthly series of live educational teleconferences and pre-recorded webcasts 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. Learn more

 

Looking for a Medical Professional?

View our Physician Referral List of Rheumatologists located in Indiana.
This list is for informational purposes only.  The LFA, Indiana Chapter cannot either verify or make any guarantees regarding the physicians listed.

Guidelines for Finding a Rheumatologist

What Should I Ask My Rheumatologist?

Additional public resources that may be helpful can be found in the Find Help section.