Dystonia Awareness: Wearing Our Hearts On Our Sleeves

photo-29If resolve alone sufficed to score White House recognition of Dystonia Awareness Month, the Dystonia petition circulating the World Wide Web would be a sure success. The petition drive showcases the determination of our community to educate our nation’s leaders and the public at large about our rare disorder – making life a little bit easier for all of us. Dystonia thrusts us into a constant physical battle with involuntary movements holding our bodies hostage. Awareness is that critical first step fueling our hope for a cure!

Getting down to the numbers, Dystonia is a small disease community in need of friends. Please join our movement to spread awareness by visiting the following link: White House Petition. Anyone age 13+ worldwide can sign. We have until Oct. 9 to collect 100,000 signatures. Contributing your signature and sharing with friends are small actions that go a long way towards putting Dystonia on the map.

Post Script: I invite everyone in the New York City area to head to Rockefeller Plaza the morning of Sept. 18 to participate in our Orange Splash at the Today Show dystonia awareness event.

And please, let’s not forget:
Balance Awareness Week from Sept. 15-21, 2014
International Ataxia Awareness Day on Sept. 25, 2014
National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in September
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October
National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in November
American Diabetes Month in November
Lung Cancer Awareness Month in November
Rare Disease Day on Feb. 28, 2015
National Essential Tremor Awareness Month in March
National MS Education & Awareness Month in March
Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month in April
Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month in May
Lupus Awareness Action Month in May

4 responses to “Dystonia Awareness: Wearing Our Hearts On Our Sleeves

  1. Pam …who does your website ???

  2. Very ell expressed Pam. Hoping all your hard work ad dreams happen!

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