2019 Meeting Schedule
Saturday, March 23
Saturday, April 27
We will be welcoming Marybeth Novitsky who will inform us about “Bemer,” which is a treatment originally developed in Germany. Bemer is described as a high efficacy treatment for a large number of chronic ailments, and we are told the method treats all cellular energy-related dysfunctions simultaneously, restoring energy balance within the body.
Saturday, May 25
Pizza Lunch Social meeting
Saturday, June 22
OUWB medical student Lucas Nelson will speak. He will tell us about himself and will share is impressions of living with the late effects of polio that he learned from his interviews with some of our members. He will also field questions
Saturday, July 27
Chiara Clayton is the official contact with the public as a representative of the Area Agency on Aging 1B at community and public speaking events; and through web and phone inquiries, etc. She will tell us about the many services available to seniors and the disabled and it will be informative and useful to our members..... probably things available to us that we were not aware of.
Saturday, August 24
Bill Stevens and Ginny Brown will lead those attendees who are the caregivers of our group in a discussion of their needs and experiences with providing assistance, while our attendees who ordinarily require and receive assistance and care will gather separately to discuss their experiences with needing care. You are welcome and encouraged to bring any friends or family members who might benefit from these discussions.
Saturday, September 28
OUWB medical student Amy Halder, who is conducting the research project on the experiences of having survived polio, will join us again. We also expect medical student Lucas Nelson, who led most of the interviews in which so many of our support group participated. Amy has promised to share with us all a preliminary report on the conclusions that have been drawn from all of those interviews of polio survivors. This should prove to be very interesting to us all. We hope everyone can attend.