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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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    Webinar Archive


    Welcome! Here you will find 7 webinars from our 2011 Live Fully, Live Well Webinar Wellness Programs.  All webinars are 1 hour in length, including a 2-minute video preview of each webinar.

    To view our 2012 Live Fully, Live Well webinars click here.

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    1. Attending to Your Health

    Presented by Patricia Kennedy, RN, CNP, MSCN, Can Do MS Nurse Educator
    Recorded Thursday, June 30, 2011

    Learn to focus on your whole self so you can achieve and maintain a good quality of life.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    2. Maximize Mobility, Achieve Independence

    Presented by Mandy Rohrig, PT, DPT, Can Do MS Programs Consultant
    Recorded Wednesday, July 6, 2011

    During this webinar you have the opportunity to learn about a variety of mobility aides and understand their purposes.  Learn how these devices help you optimize your mobility, manage your MS and improve your quality of life.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    3. Fatigue Related Challenges

    Presented by Juliann Hanson-Zlatev, OTR, Can Do MS Programs Consultant
    Recorded Tuesday, August 16, 2011

    Fatigue is a daily challenge for many individuals with MS. There are a host of tools and techniques that are useful to managing fatigue and reducing its toll on your daily life. A comprehensive, yet simple method begins with identifying your strengths and building an approach that utilizes those strengths. After you have done this, you may find tools and techniques to compensate for your areas of need.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    4. Recreational Activities and Travel

    Presented by Linda Walls, OTR, Can Do MS Programs Consultant
    Recorded Wednesday, September 21, 2011

    Recreational activities and travel are some of the enjoyable and exciting events we like to include in our lifestyles. However, when faced with the challenges presented by having MS, the additional challenges to plan for recreational activities and travel can be overwhelming. People who have MS do not need to forget about recreational activities and travel.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    5. Planning for Your Future

    Presented by Steve Nissen, M.S., CRC, Senior Director of Employment and Community Programs at the National Capital Chapter of the National MS
    Recorded Thursday, October 20, 2011

    Employment and personal finances go hand-in-hand. Being diagnosed and living with multiple sclerosis can affect both. Silvia Stazio and Steve Nissen discuss the common issues relating to employment and personal finances that people with MS often times face.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    6. How does Exercise Fit into Your Life with MS

    Presented by Susan Kushner, PT, Can Do MS Programs Consultant
    Recorded Thursday, November 17, 2011

    Learn and understand why exercise is effective in the management of MS symptoms.

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

    7. Eating Well, Eating Easy

    Presented by Denise Nowack, RD, Can Do MS Programs Consultant
    Recorded Thursday, December 1, 2011

    Eating right is important for everyone. For people living with MS, eating right is critical. In this comprehensive webinar, we discuss strategies to easily integrate healthful eating into your lifestyle and determine what gets in the way of eating well. 

    Click Here - Watch Recorded Webinar

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