Upcoming National Capital Events
June 8 and 9, 2013
Saturday, June 29, 2013
September 21 and 22, 2013
DO IT YOURSELF FUNDRAISING IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PEOPLE WITH A DEEP COMMITMENT TO THE MS CAUSE TO RAISE AWARENESS AND CRITICAL FUNDS FOR THE MS MOVEMENT IN NEW AND CREATIVE WAYS.
National Capital Programs & Services
2013 LINKS Teleconference Series
April 2 through May 28 - Nine opportunities to learn more about MS from the comfort of your home.
Stretch, Breathe, Relax and Restore: A Yoga Workshop for People with MS
June 7 - Join us for an afternoon of relaxation and restoration through yoga. This workshop will offer you an introduction to yoga and its benefits for overall wellness and managing MS.
Improving Independence in Progressive MS - Part of The Spectrum of MS Educational Teleconference Series
June 12 - Learn more about how to navigate the world of assistive technology and suggest ways to modify your environment at home and at work to optimize control and independence.
Think Well, Play Smart: Connecting with Other Men Living with MS
June 15 - Join other men living with MS for a unique opportunity to explore issues related to being male and having MS.
Kids Get MS Too: Family Retreat
June 28 through 30 - Join us for a weekend retreat for families with a child or teen with multiple sclerosis or related condition. Meet others living with pediatric MS, share strengths and strategies, and make memories and friends that will last forever.
Kidventure at the Washington National's MS Awareness Day
July 21 - Kids and teens, ages 7 to 17, who have a parent with MS are invited to meet Ryan Zimmerman and watch the Nationals take on the LA Dodgers.
Training for Fitness Professionals
August 1 - Fitness Professionals are invited to join us for a training that we are hosting at the DCAC fitness conference this summer.
More information about additional programs, local research studies, and services available through the National Capital Chapter.
To view upcoming programs by date, browse our Chapter Calendar.
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