The only thing universal about grief is that it’s universal, something we’ll all experience at some point in our lives. It’s messy, hard, non-linear, and while it may change, grief is never ending. The complexities of being a parent, caregiver, or patient in the mitochondrial disease community adds many layers that impact the grieving process. Join us as chaplain and author Becky Sansbury leads us in a discussion with MitoAction Board Member, Jessica Fein and Adam Johnson, about the different kinds of grief we experience throughout the mito journey.
Learn about the best way to manage exercise and nutrition with mitochondrial disease from Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky.
This session will present some common issues that siblings experience and share seven simple ways that parents and providers can help minimize sibling concerns and maximize opportunities to build close bonds with siblings.