Charcot-Marie-Tooth Virtual Support Group

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Please Join us for a Virtual Support Group!

Adults who are diagnosed with a hereditary neuropathy. This new group offers time to participate in a variety of both educations & open discussion meant to help everyone engage with others on similar journeys and build a support system through peer involvement.

Join Us on Zoom: First – Tuesday in February, April, June, August, October, December


Laura Russell, LCSW, graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Master of Social Work degree. Since 2013, she has focused her career on providing supportive counseling and resource connection for patients who experience chronic and life-limiting illnesses.

Laura Russell

LCSW, Advent Health Neuroscience

Lauren Haynes, MSW, graduated from Barry University with a Master of Social Work degree and has worked in various fields of social work since 2009. Lauren enjoys meeting with individuals and helping to find meaningful health care solutions specific to them.

Lauren Haynes

MSW, Advent Health Neuroscience

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