When: Saturday, March 25, 2017, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Where: Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University, 702 E Desmet Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
Theme: Unraveling the mystery of lyme disease.
About: As the first of its kind, the NW Lyme Patient Workshop puts the power into the individual's hands by inviting patients,
practitioners (lyme-literate and lyme-curious), researchers, caretakers, friends and family members, and all other interested community members not only to attend, but present, as well.
Our primary audience is the under-served region of Eastern Washington, Idaho, and Montana to help create an ease toward pathways to knowledge and understanding about lyme disease.
This Workshop is about resourcing and educating the community about what lyme disease is, how to navigate the medical system,
how to choose a holistic recovery plan that is best for the individual, and how to journey through the recovery to arrive in a healthier place than in which one began.
Furthermore, there will be workshops for all types of roles people play in lyme studies, including patients, practitioners, and friends and family members.
Who We Are: We are just a group of concerned citizens who have been personally impacted by lyme disease who want to give back by helping patients in the Eastern Washington-Idaho- Montana region get better by finding access to appropriate diagnosis and treatment.