JUMPSTART® Program Coming to Stanton, CA, on March 24
February 19th, 2018
Can Do Multiple Sclerosis is holding a free, one-day JUMPSTART® Program on Saturday, March 24, 2018, in Stanton, CA. This educational and interactive program enables people with MS and their support partners learn the knowledge, skills, and tools to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors and actively co-manage their MS.
“Traditional medical models for managing a chronic disease tend to overlook many important aspects of living with MS, including the emotional, interpersonal, mental, and social health of a patient,” said Anne Gilbert, Director of Programs. “We offer a comprehensive, personalized, and interdisciplinary approach to enable people to become active co-managers of their health and well-being.”
Can Do MS connects the expertise of industry professionals from across the field of MS care management including neurologists, psychologists, occupational and physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, registered nurses, physicians, and dietitians.
Scheduled Presentations and Workshops:
- Goal Setting and Motivation – Kenneth Nowack Ph.D.
- Exercise – Kathy San Martino PT, NCS, MSCS, CLT, ATP
- Diet and Nutrition – Denise Nowack RDN
- Support Partner Workshops – Kenneth Nowack Ph.D.
The support partner workshop allows family members and/or friends to be acknowledged, understood, accepted, and respected by a community of peers and health professionals.
The JUMPSTART Program is limited to 100 participants and will fill quickly! Please register online at CanDo-MS.org/jumpstart, or call Rachel Lahti at 800-367-3101 ext.1279. The program will take place at Stanton Community and Civic Center.
The JUMPSTART Program is sponsored by Sanofi Genzyme, Biogen, Sanofi Genzyme, Acorda Therapeutics, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, and Teva Pharmaceuticals.
Can Do MS transforms lives by delivering health and wellness education programs on exercise, nutrition, symptom management, and motivation to help families with MS thrive. For more information, visit the organization’s website at CanDo-MS.org or call 800-367-3101.