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Shelley Peterman Schwarz
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness
March is National MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Awareness Month. Bestselling author, Shelley Peterman Schwarz joins the show to discuss the challenges of living with a disability and some of the best ways to live life in spite of health challenges. She will also talk about HOPE Trials, a program meat to improve the life of individuals suffering from a wide array of debilitating conditions. Shelley has lived with MS for 30 years.
Shelley Peterman Schwarz graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and was a teacher of the hearing impaired in the Madison (WI) Metropolitan School District for 13 years. In 1979, Shelley learned that she had multiple sclerosis. Shelley is a motivational speaker and award-winning writer and author. Her “Tips for Making Life Easier™” have appeared in numerous media outlets including the A Second Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul, Family Circle, Arthritis Today, Neurology Now, Momentum, NPR, and the Discovery Channel.
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