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MS Views and News invites you to an informative MS educational program: Join Us for our first MS event in Green Bay, WI ...

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MS Views and News invites you to an informative MS educational program: Join Us for our first MS event in Green Bay, WI

The Emotional Impact of MS on the Family plus: Facing Cognitive challenges of MS and Exercise and movement at any level to improve strength and flexibility

Guest Speakers: Julie Hoida Bobholz PHD, Neuropsychology - BayCare Clinic To Discuss: - The Emotional Impact of MS on the family. Discussion includes communication within the family. Reducing the psychological stresses on how the family can understand the needs of the patient and vice-versa. Plus, discussion on Cognitive issues with MS. Therapeutic and complementary treatment options.

And Jeff Segal, NSCA-CPT, CSCS, CPTS, CPR/AED MS Exercise Specialist and Certified Personal Trainer To Discuss: An inspiring talk focusing on living well with MS and what you can do today to improve strength, movement and flexibility, using proper fitness and nutrition to help your body be better for you.

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Date: October 3rd, 2018 5:44pm – Registration – check-in 6:24pm – Program Begins Complimentary Dinner Event …………………………………………………………………………………………..

Location: KI Convention Center (Next to Hyatt Regency- downtown) 333 MAIN STREET - GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN 54301 (FREE Parking at Main Garage {ramp} after 5pm across from KI Convention Ctr) – (Some roadside Handicap spots will be reserved by Main and Adams Streets) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………

PLEASE Register (RSVP) Online at: www.events.msvn.org If you cannot register online, please call (888) 871-1664 - Ext 102 Program limited to The MS Patient plus a max of (1) Guest No children permitted under the age of 16 unless this is a child that has MS

………………………………………………………………………………………. This MS educational program was provided by: Program provided by MS Views and News, a 501C3 not for profit organization MS Views and News is MAKING an IMPACT on those affected by Multiple Sclerosis 07.24.18