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3/30 - Can Do MS JUMPSTART® IN MOTION

Can Do MS JUMPSTART® IN MOTION

Saturday, March 30, 2013 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Holiday Inn Youngstown-South (Boardman)

JUMPSTART® IN MOTION is a free one day in-person program for people living with multiple sclerosis and their support partner. This new IN MOTION theme will focus on movement and mobility issues throughout the program. Participants will also gain knowledge on goal setting, exercise, emotional well-being and support partner sessions are included specifically for support partners and their concerns in this unique one day program format. Presenters and topics are listed below. Program fills quickly so register today! Lunch provided.

PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

- Keynote: Living Healthy with Multiple Sclerosis – John Schafer, MD, FAAN

- Maintaining Self-Motivation for Wellness – Deborah M. Miller, PhD., LISW

- Start Exercising, Stay Exercising – Laurie Beeman-DeMayo, MSPT

- Support Partner Workshop – Peggy Crawford, PhD, Clinical Psychologist

Presented by: Can Do Multiple Sclerosis

In collaboration with: Ohio Buckeye Chapter, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Supported by: Acorda Therapeutics

 

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