The Arthritis Society is holding a free public forum on May 16th in Mississauga, Ontario. The details of the event are below.
The Society is by far the best resource for accurate information about arthritis. Since I developed arthritis at the age of 5, my mother dealt with them a lot. She says that they were the most important resource she had.
"The Arthritis Society is Canada’s principal arthritis health charity empowering the nearly 4.5 million Canadians with arthritis to live their lives to the fullest by combating the daily limitations of arthritis. In the last 60 years, The Society has invested more than $175 million towards arthritis research to develop better treatments and, ultimately, find a cure. We do this by focusing our efforts on three key areas:
Attend This Free Lecture To:
Thursday May 16, 2013
7:00pm - 9:00pm - Doors open at 6:30
The Centre for Health & Safety Innovation - 5110 Creekbank Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 0A1
Pre-registration is required by calling 800-955-0563
Dr. Angela Montgomery, Rheumatologist
Nancy Simonot, Pharmacist, NKS Health
Jean McKellar, Physiotherapist, The Arthritis Society
The Walk To Fight Arthritis is the signature fundraising event. It is being held on June 9th in various cities across Canada.
The Walk is sponsored by the makers of TYLENOL.
Please consider walking and/or donating to this worthy cause.
Please donate to my Walk Team here
My mom, Lynda Appleby, and my nephew, Matt Anderson
If you suffer from any of the 100+ forms of arthritis, consider taking the Arthritis Self-Management Program. It is a 6 week course that covers a wide spectrum of topics about how to live with arthritis.
I live in a 3 story home and love my Acorn Stairlift