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    Wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Tuesday evening's webinar on Emerging Therapies. The speaker was fabulous and I left with much information. If this is an indication of future Can Do MS webinars, I will sign up for all! Thank you again for organizing the webinar and keeping the MS community abreast of needed information.

    Becky, Webinar 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.


    October 13, 2015, 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Tired of Being Tired? Tips, Tools & Techniques to Keep You Going
    Presented by Patty Bobryk, MHS, PT, MSCS, ATP & Juliann Hanson-Zlatev, OTR
    Join us in this webinar where Juliann Hanson-Zlatev, OT, and Patty Bobryk, PT, will help you understand the definition of fatigue, but more importantly, they will provide strategies on how to boost your energy, make your activities of daily living easier and improve your participation in the things that are important in your life.  Learn concrete tips, tools and techniques to give your energy a lift! Read more and register.

    November 10, 2015, 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Getting Creative in the Kitchen with MS
    Presented by Anna Cotton, OT & Denise Nowack, RDN
    Preparing food and eating a healthy diet can be a challenge for anyone in our busy lives today.  When combined with the added challenges of multiple sclerosis, it can seem impossible.  Join Denise Nowack, dietitian, and Anna Cotton, occupational therapist, in this webinar where they will provide realistic, practical solutions to the daily challenges of eating healthy. Read more and register.

    December 8, 2015, 8:00 – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time
    Invisible Symptoms: Managing Pain in MS
    Presented by Deb Miller, PhD, LISW & Lynn Stazzone, RN, BSN, MSN, NP
    Pain can be one of the most difficult “invisible” symptoms to describe. It might feel like squeezing, crushing, cold, hot, stabbing, burning, or a tightness in the chest. Mixed with the other symptoms of MS, this pain may seem unbearable. Join Deb Miller, social worker, and Lynn Stazzone, nurse practitioner, for tips and strategies on managing your invisible symptoms. Read more and register.

    Missed our September webinar?

    Taking Charge of Depression and Other Mood Changes in MS?
    Presented by Rosalind Kalb, PhD & Courtney Macksoud, DPT, MSCS
    Please join Courtney Macksoud and Rosalind Kalb for a conversation about how to recognize and manage depression and other mood changes. They will be offering the facts you need to know about depression, some tips for recognizing significant mood changes in yourself or your partner, and insights on the possible role of exercise in managing depression. 
    Watch it now!

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    Genentech, Inc.

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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.

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