Less posting and more writing by the end of 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣9️⃣. As a 1️⃣ woman show, I am severely backlogged on 2019 🤦🏻♀️🙆🏻♀️👩🏻💻blog posts, but I hope to push them out by years end in the next 6 weeks.
1️⃣0️⃣ Blog Post Highlights 💕💛💙❤️💜🎉🎉🎉
🔷LE&RN TX Road Show Chapter meetings
🔷Camp WatchMe 2019, my personal feelings as a 3rd generation primary lymphedema patient (114 years of family history) in attending the first lymphedema kids camp in the United States and details about what to expect next year from Brylan’s Feat Foundation in 2020.
🔷Juzo USA Ambassador trip to Ohio – What it meant to visit a garment manufacturing facility up close and personal, to meet their employees, and what it means to be part of a diverse team of 5 advocates.
🔷Takeaways from attending the 3rd Annual Patient Lymphedema Symposium hosted by BIDMC/Harvard Medical School along with LE&RN and BSN Medical/JOBST USA.
🔷Takeaways from participating on Brain Chain with Jeannette Zucker, Executive Director, National Lymphedema Network and attending the 2019 National Lymphedema Network Conference – A Cerebral Experience: Making Sense of Lymphedema conference.
🔷My experience as a Jobst USA Ambassador and the power of online communities using tools like LymphCare, creating patient education opportunities alongside virtual events, and 2020 plans for our 2nd year in partnership.
🔷AskACLT program with Carmen Recupero, BS, LPTA, CMT, CLT of Monarch Continuing Education and what it means to patients to have quality information as guidance with self management after discharge.
🔷The emotional impact of having my first ICG and diagnostic testing done after 25 years with Lymphedema
🔷Two surprise advocate highlights
🔷2020 #MOVETHATLYMPH Schedule for The Lymphedema Running & Fitness Club, our exciting 3rd year with Juzo USA
🔷4th year Anniversary- Milestone recap of growing 3 Facebooks groups from 74 people in 2015 to 8.5K – the successes, growing pains, lessons learned, what I thought I knew but didn’t know, interesting speakers we have had, and where we go from here…