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Kayaking with Neuromuscular Disease
According to the American Canoe Association (ACA) and United States Canoe Association (USCA), kayaking and other paddle sports can be adapted to accommodate individuals with a wide range of physical disabilities.
Keeping a Gratitude Journal
As I have dealt with my diagnosis and symptoms of neuromuscular disease over the past few years, sometimes my emotions have given way to worry or despair. When I begin to despair, one of my most useful tools is prayer, often in the form of keeping a gratitude journal.
Legislative Advocacy and Neuromuscular Disease
Lately, I have become increasingly involved in legislative advocacy. These efforts regularly involve writing to my elected officials to raise awareness regarding issues such as research funding and legislation regarding quality of life issues for those with neuromuscular disease.
The hobby of “letterboxing” has been growing. It involves hiking and navigational skills, with the fun of finding a “treasure” at the end of the hike. Trails can be selected by level of difficulty and wheelchair accessibility, making this a great hobby for individuals with neuromuscular disease.
Like a Flower Grows Volume 2 Launch
Like a Flower Grows, Volume 2: Sixty New Meditations on Walking with Christ is being launched in print and ebook form. This book of devotions continues to explore Scripture and its relationship to everyday life, including coping with neuromuscular disease. It contains a bonus article about CMT.
Maintaining Self-esteem Despite Differences
Maintaining self-esteem despite the physical disabilities and differences caused by neuromuscular disease can enable one to make a difference in the world.
Managing Caregiving Stress
Caregiving stress arises from the emotional and physical challenges of providing caregiving. While caregiving for family member can be rewarding, caregivers often experience stress. Managing stress will benefit the well-being of both the caregiver and the care receiver.
MDA SHOW of STRENGTH 2013
With a new slogan of MDA SHOW of STRENGTH, the 2012 MDA Telethon will again have a changed format, running on Sunday, September 2, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ET. As always, it will include performances, celebrity appearances, and feature stories those affected by neuromuscular disease.
MDA Transitions Center
The Muscular Dystrophy Association Transitions Center focuses on the needs of teens and young adults with neuromuscular disease. Launched in 2011, this site offers support, information, and resources targeting this group while also raising awareness of the challenges this group will experience.
MDA's Free Public Webinar Series
Since 2010, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) has produced a series of free live and archived educational presentations called the Public Webinar Series. Expert-led topics include a variety of important issues. Make time to attend a high quality educational presentation from your own home.
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