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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

MS Program: "Effective Communication with Your Healthcare Team" plus "Psychological an Social Challenges of MS"

From Ft. Myers, Florida on June 29, 2015

a Two speaker program
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Opening remarks, provided by Jennifer Falk, MSW, CPHM

Program Presenter: Brian Steingo, M.D. - Neurology - dialogue begins at: 5:58

Dr. Steingo Discussion includes:: How to effectively communicate with your healthcare provider. Using an MS Communication Tool to help address many of your Needs
Discussion includes: The LAND of MS support including buildings of information including: Multiple Sclerosis treatment options, Symptoms, MS Relapse and a variety so much more

Plus, we have another presenter: Yvette Mallory RN PsyD - Post Doctoral Psychology Resident -Katz Counseling & Educational Psychology, Inc.

Presentation begins at 1:08:55 (approximate)

" Psychological an Social Challenges of MS"
To Discuss: Compassionate talk on the challenges of MS and the impacts on the family structure. Helping people to cope, with overwhelming situations and feelings of being lost or confused.

Program provided with a grant from Teva Neuroscience


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