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Live FREE teleconference discussion SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th. Sign up for the mailing list to receive the call-in number and time. The entire discussion will be posted on this site for listening later if you can't call-in.
RADIO INTERVIEW: February 1st, 2010 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Central, on "Winning Life Through Pain," with Coach Marla & Chris Tatevosian. Dr. July & Jamey Lacy July will participate in interview. Log on to listen at www.rsdcoachlive.com
Radio Interview with Jamey Lacy July and host, Coach Marla & co-host, Chris Tatevosian, on topic of "caring for ourselves and our care-givers," on November 24th, 2009. Log on to: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/search/jamey-lacy-july/ to listen or download to MP3. Jamey discusses her conditions about half way through the hour interview and there are some funny moments sprinkled in to promote endorphins!
Discussion led by Dr. William July of caregiving and chronic illness. Saturday, September 19th, 1-3PM @ 5725 Queenston Blvd, The Church Without Walls. Sponsored by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lone Star Chapter & the MS Lone Star Classifieds. RSVP BY EMAIL http://www.mslsc.net/ or call Paula 281 530-3857
Discussion by William & Jamey on Couples Living With Chronic Illness & Disability. Saturday, July 11th, 11AM-1PM. @ The United Way, 50 Waugh Dr. Houston, TX For more info visit Disability101.org
TELEVISION- 9:00AM, Channel 39, KIAH Houston William & Jamey discuss their book on Outlook Houston with host Yolanda Green.
RADIO- (archived) Originally aired Tuesday, July 7th @ 2:00PM EST. "Winning Life Through Pain" show hosted by Coach Marla & Chris Tatevosian. Log on to listen at www.rsdcoachlive.com
(archived) Originally aired October 30th. Interview with Rebbekah White on Heal Yourself Talk Radio. Lon on to listen at http://healyourselftalk.com/a-husband-a-wife-and-an-illness
WORKSHOP: Take Care of The Caregiver
A joint study by Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania published in the New England Journal of Medicine (2006) provides insight into this phenomenon. The results of the study suggest that the spouses of seriously ill patients are significantly more likely to develop life threatening illnesses themselves. This higher risk of death and serious illness is related to factors such as stress, emotional strain, lack of daily practical help, and financial challenges.
Caregivers are often overlooked by even the most well meaning family, friends, and even professionals. Often, we are all so focused on the person with the illness that the caregiver can become an afterthought. This workshop is designed to give practically focused information for professionals and individuals who want to learn the vital art of caring for caregivers.
Who should attend this workshop?:
For booking information, please send a request to DrWJuly@aol.com Please include the date for your event, sponsor(s), and the city in which the event will be held.