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National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week (Sept 12-19.2011) is held annually in September and uses this forum for our online seminar events on topics about living with chronic illness. Seminars will be panel guest this year on subjects of relationships, advocacy, faith, parenting, career and more. It is hosted by Lisa Copen, founder of NICIAW, who also his the founder or Rest Ministries, which serves the chronically ill.

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Don't miss this very informative show ith Lynn Royster, the Director of the Chronic Illness Initiative at DePaul University's School for New Learning. It's a unique program designed to help chronically ill students obtain a college education. In... more

Ever wonder how people make a living online? Do you need some extra income while you are at home with a chronic illness? Connie Roberts has multiple chronic illnesses and has been blogging since April, '07. She now writes 3 of her own... more

Do you have a chronic illnes but still find yourself as a caregiver for a loved one? Meet Julie-Allyson Ieron (pronounced: I-RUN). She is a conference speaker and author. Her newest book is "The Overwhelmed Woman’s Guide to … Caring for... more

Support groups are easy to lead, right? There are never any problems when you attend, correct? Not always... but they can still be a true blessing in your life. Drop in for this show with Christina J. Werdebaugh, the Director and Support... more

Mr. Davis is regarded as one of our nation's legal specialists in representing clients who are disabled due to fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome. Mr. Davis has successfully represented Social Security... more

What exactly are your rights? How do you figure them out when you are so tired already? Jennifer C. Jaff, Esq. is Founder and Executive Director of Advocacy for Patients with Chronic Illness. She also has Crohn's disease. A 1984 graduate of... more

Why is it so hard to say no, even when we feel terrible? Join guest Shelley Echtle, 48, who is the director of the North Texas Fibromyalgia Support Group. With over 200 members enjoying weekly socials and monthly lectures, she... more

Accepting help from those around you is never easy. Even when we are at our worse physically, it's humbling to have people bringing us food or doing our laundry. Join Jo Franz, a conference/retreat speaker whose memoir "Soar... more

Wondering if you should consider parenthood with your illness? Concerned about your fertility as well as the impact of medications? Jennifer Saake has lived 18 years of illness, with infertility for 10 of those years. Balancing both conditions... more

Rosalind is career coach for people who live with chronic illness and her business, cicoach.com, is devoted to giving people the tools and resources they need to thrive in their work while living with chronic illness. In addition to over 30 years... more
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