Over the past couple of weeks and months, we have all grown increasingly aware of the significant impact COVID-19/coronavirus is having on people and organizations across the country and the world. While SRNA highly values community-led events and the relationship-building nature of our in-person programming —such as awareness events and support group meetings— we value the health and well-being of our community members more. With that in mind, our team is currently revising and re-assessing our upcoming in-person offerings to take protective measures that prioritize collective community health.
SRNA is monitoring and following guidance from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, local Public Health Officials, our specialized centers, medical experts and partners. We have decided to not host in-person support group meetings and gatherings for the next 4 weeks when we will re-assess the situation. Below, you will find specific updates on upcoming programming and events within the next 4 weeks.
We look forward to opportunities to continue connecting with you and welcome any questions, comments, or concerns you may have in the meantime.
The SRNA Team
Questions about COVID-19?
As the spread of COVID-19 continues across the world, it’s important our community knows and understands the risks associated with this virus in the setting of a rare neuroimmune disorder. We are hoping to create an FAQ document to answer your questions. Please share your questions with us and help us shape this document!
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