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    I appreciated Janet DeClark's lecture regarding cognitive changes in MS. Regardless of whether changed occur due to age or MS, Janet offered helpful suggestions on how to manage such changes. She did so in a sensitive, caring way.

    Julie H., JUMPSTART Program Participant
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    Can Do Promises



    Susan H. Pellecier/Brown
    I was diagnosed in 1988.
    I AM a grateful, and blessed mom, fiance & grandma!!
    I CAN do anything I put my mind to.
    I WILL be the best I can be!

    Michael B. Gerber
    I want to offer others living with MS a positive perspective. We cannot control our MS. But what we can control is our attitude.
    I AM a fully functioning, alive, caring and grateful human being. I am not disabled and I do live with a disability.
    I CAN think, feel and care. I can make choices every minute of every day that will ensure my happiness and motivate others.
    I WILL exercise my influence over this disease every single day, and that is how I will know that I am winning.

    Jamie DeJong
    I got diagnosed in 2006 and fired from my job. I've been fighting to maintain since. Just had a son and care for him myself.
    I AM strong and far more than my MS.
    I CAN find new, better ways of living and be an inspiration to others.
    I WILL realize what is possible living with MS.

    Ohood
    I promise to live my life in the best way.
    I AM strong.
    I CAN challenge the difficulties whatever it is.
    I WILL live my life in a positive way.

    Ohood M.
    I am 24-years-old girl.
    I AM strong, fine, optimistic, with MS.
    I CAN embrace my MS as a challenge in my life.
    I WILL realize that my life will be better if I live it in a positive way, even though I have MS.

    Linda Z.
    I have lived with my MS for over 13 years.
    I AM so, so much more than my MS. Where do I start?
    I CAN help people keep moving by doing warm water exercises when possible or ZUMBA in the water because it's too hard on land.
    I WILL know that I can help people live comfortably, even if they have a painful chronic disease.

    Angela C.
    I am a 28-year-old woman, diagnosed for 10 years.
    I AM way more than my MS, and I will not stop until I make my dreams happen.
    I CAN see that I am much more than the MS.
    I WILL make my dreams happen. I WILL follow my passions and let NOTHING stand in my way.

    Kevin W.
    I am a 52-year-old man with R &R MS. I've had it 8 years, and have lost 165 lbs. I'm winning the battle.
    I AM a CAN DO Program grad. And what I learned is I AM in charge of my life and health.
    I CAN and will continue to be an MS advocate, volunteer,and source of inspiration and knowledge.
    I WILL make a difference in MS patients lives. I WILL continue to fight the fight for myself and others. Failure is no option.

    Rachna T A.
    I want a part in dealing and sharing the ideas with other people with MS.
    I AM a mother of three and a teacher assistant.
    I CAN be a big part of whatever it takes to help people in my shoes.
    I WILL try being an active part of positive side of dealing with difficult times.

    Sarah H.
    Diagnosed with MS 20 years ago. Recently earned my RYT200 certification to share how yoga has helped me and teach others.
    I AM a yoga teacher who has MS!
    I CAN do more to motivate others who live with MS.
    I WILL teach at least one class a week to those who live with MS and those that love them.

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    A national nonprofit organization, Can Do MS is a leading provider of innovative lifestyle empowerment programs
    that empower people with MS and their support partners to transform and improve their quality of life.