A Wisconsin Family’s Lyme Journey: A Case For Hope

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Name: A Wisconsin Family’s Lyme Journey: A Case For Hope
Date: May 22, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

Laurel Kashinn, a local writer and mother, seeks to share her and her family’s experience with Lyme disease following their daughter’s successful treatment. She includes in her presentation:
+ Facts about ticks and the many diseases they can carry

+ Things she wishes she’d known sooner

+ Finding peace in the war zone over Lyme disease; how not to become a casualty

+ Resources and natural solutions: how to connect with wellbeing and stay healthy

After navigating the healthcare system, doing extensive research, and helping her daughter who was so sick she was bedridden and had to be homeschooled for 8th grade, Kashinn has become a wellness advocate and seeks to share what she has learned. Hers is a message of hope and empowerment.

 

Location:

USS Liberty Memorial Grafton Public Library
1620 11th Avenue, Grafton, WI

 

Date/Time Information:
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Contact Information:
For more information, contact Laurel Kashinn at laurel@BeeJoyful.org or connect with her on Facebook to get a link to the live or recorded online presentation on May 15.
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