Featured are four people — with their own unique health conditions — that are coping and making the best of the quarantine and pandemic. Luda Gogolushko, who has SMA Type 3 and lives in Southern…

People with anxiety, autism, blindness or low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, mobility challenges, chemical sensitivities, or PTSD may face unique challenges visiting a dental office. Now with the additional barrier — the COVID-19…

If you, or someone you know, has a muscle or nerve condition such as Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Amputation, Osteoarthritis, Parkinson’s Disease, or a neuromuscular disease (i.e. myotonic dystrophy, SMA, Charcot Marie Tooth, Becker’s,…

Being diagnosed with a chronic, debilitating disease can certainly bring stress to one’s life. In fact, that stress can be significant enough to be called trauma. How one handles this stress varies. Some people have…

What is a Patient Advocate? A patient advocate can be an actual patient with a mental and/or physical health condition, a caregiver for someone with a health condition, or a paid professional advocating on behalf…

Four women with different physical abilities talk about what fashion means to them and how they deal with fashion challenges. Cheryl and Lainie both have Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) and wear AFO leg braces. Lainie…

Vocal problems can occur for people with all types of conditions — Parkinson’s disease, muscular dystrophy, stroke. Acute laryngitis is very common while chronic laryngitis affects over 20% of the population. Christine received a diagnosis…

Maybe you have a firm grasp on what Patient Advocacy¬†is all about? This episode explores different ways people with disabilities, their allies, and their caregivers practice advocacy. Whether you’re searching for the best healthcare options,…