Invitations for health care workers to join our zoom support groups

Invitations for health care workers to join our zoom support groups

Use these tools to get your health care team involved. Invitations for health care workers to join our zoom support groups! Print the flyer or copy and forward the email below.
 
Meetings start June 29th 7-9pm EST
 
Message us for the Zoom Link! 

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Dear Health Care Workers,
We are extending an invitation to join our upcoming Zoom support group meetings dedicated to understanding Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and the associated challenges.
These meetings offer an invaluable opportunity to delve into the realities of living with PSP, directly from those who experience it daily and their family. Your participation will not only enhance your understanding of PSP but also equip you with practical knowledge to support those battling this condition in your professional capacity.
By joining us, you'll be able to hear personal stories, engage in discussions, and witness firsthand the challenges and triumphs these individuals experience. Your involvement will also provide comfort and reassurance to our group members, knowing that their health care providers truly understand their journey.
The meetings are scheduled for every Thursday evening 7-9 p.m. EST, starting June 29th, 2023.
If you're interested in attending, please email us for the zoom link. 

We eagerly anticipate your presence and contribution to our supportive community.
Thank you for considering this opportunity to deepen your understanding of PSP.
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