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    The CAN DO Program staff weren’t talking about the things that I was no longer able to do. They were emphasizing what I still could do. It was so uplifting.

    Jonna P., CAN DO & JUMPSTART Program Participant



    Click on the link below to register at no charge. When you click on the link, you’ll be directed to another website called ReadyTalk, a company Can Do MS works with to provide the webinar series.


    February  10, 2015 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Flying Solo with Multiple Sclerosis
    Presented by Can Do MS Programs Consultants:
    Peggy Crawford, PhD & Linda Walls, OTR
    Most people are faced with changes, losses and the need to make adjustments during their lives, but individuals with MS seem to have more than their fair share of these experiences.  And, if you are living alone with MS, these changes can be even more challenging.  Join Linda Walls, Occupational Therapist, and Peggy Crawford, Psychologist, as they discuss the strategies in the decisions you can make to maintain independence while functioning at the highest possible level, both physically and emotionally.
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    March  10, 2015 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Staying Vertical: Reduce Risks for Falls
    Presented by Can Do MS Programs Consultants:
    Ann Mullinix, OTR/L & Kathy SanMartino, PT, NCS, MSCS, ATP/SMS, CLT
    Living with MS can increase your chances of falling and becoming injured.  This webinar will help you eliminated fall hazards in your home and make it easier to get around safely.  Join Physical Therapist, Kathy SanMartino, and Occupational Therapist, Ann Mullinix, as they discuss risk factors that can contribute to falling and provide ways to improve your safety at home and in the community.
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    April 14, 2015 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Update Your Outlook on Progressive MS
    Presented by Can Do MS Programs Consultants:
    Rosalind Kalb, PhD & Patricia Kennedy, RN, CNP, MSCN
    Please join Pat Kennedy, Nurse Practitioner, and Roz Kalb, Psychologist, as they share their thoughts and perspectives about living with progressive forms of MS.  In this webinar, you will hear about exciting new developments in research, learn how to manage your symptoms, and get helpful tips on how you and your support partner can manage day-to-day challenges while maintaining a healthy partnership and emotional equilibrium.
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    Did you miss our January webinar on Get Motivated to Get Organized?
    Presented by Can Do MS Programs Consultants:  Juliann Hanson-Zlatev, OTR & David Rintell, EdD
    Life can be pretty complicated these days, and it is difficult to keep track of our appointments, email, family life, relationships and finances. One way to overcome the effects of MS fatigue is to incorporate organizational skills and strategies into your day to day life. Join Occupational Therapist, Juliann Hanson-Zlatev, and Psychologist, David Rintell, in this webinar to learn some excellent tips to help put your life in order, along with ways to motivate yourself to become more organized.  
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    Can Do Multiple Sclerosis™ is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
    Charitable Organization Number: 74-2337853

    Formerly The Heuga Center for Multiple Sclerosis | Founded by Jimmie Heuga

    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.