Saturday, December 16, 20172:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: Roundtable discussion
St. David's Episcopal Church
4700 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enter through the red door on the right for the Church Offices & Day School
(Ample, Free Street Parking Available)
In June 2016 Caroline was diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis after the birth of her second child. She is currently learning more about AS and working closely with her rheumatologist to develop a treatment plan specific to her needs.
Prior to her diagnoses, she was very active: socializing, playing competitive tennis, swimming, learning to golf and volunteering in the community. Now, she is learning her limits and trying to find a balance of activities that do not trigger symptoms and/or cause fatigue.
As a support group leader, she hopes to provide a venue where participants can exchange knowledge, share experiences and discuss ways to have fun while managing the challenges of daily life.
Starting a spondylitis support group can be a fulfilling and rewarding challenge. The knowledgeable volunteers who lead SAA-Sponsored Spondylitis Educational Support Groups play a vital role by providing a forum for those with spondylitis to connect and offer support. Interested in taking on this role?
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