This is where the staff of the Reeve Foundation is sharing up-to-the-minute information and putting some context around the news affecting the spinal cord injury and paralysis community. Not to mention insight into what's going on here at the Foundation.

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Chat Live With Nurse Linda

b5b5bc8e3badeeb7c43492a8fbc8a513-huge-liSince the last live chat with Nurse Linda, she has posted:
- Types of edema
- The heart and SCI
- Cardiac changes
- Answers to many paralysis related questions left by community members like yourself.

Make sure to tune in for the next Ask a Nurse live webchat on Wednesday, March 30th at 3:00 pm ET. She'll start off the conversation about secondary conditions. Sign up here!

In our community, Nurse Linda is the moderator of our Ask a Nurse discussion. She focuses on contributing functional advice, providing the "how-to" on integrating various healthcare improvements into daily life, and answering your specific questions.

And if you want more Nurse Linda, you can find her live in the Community answering questions in real time every Wednesday from 8-9 pm ET. Don’t worry -- we archive her answers so you can refer back and sift through her advice. Consider it Nurse Linda on-demand!

Join us and invite your family and friends to sign up now for Nurse Linda's next live webchat on March 30th at 3:00 pm ET.

About Nurse Linda
Linda Schultz, PhD, CRRN, aka Nurse Linda, is a leader, teacher, and provider of rehabilitation nursing for over 30 years. In fact, Nurse Linda worked closely with Christopher Reeve on his recovery and has been advocating for the Reeve Foundation ever since.

As an Associate Professor at the Catherine McAuley School of Nursing in St. Louis, Missouri, Nurse Linda has published many written materials on topics such as DVT, sepsis, and skin care. She has an intimate understanding of the complications that individuals living with paralysis face on a daily basis and has made it her personal and professional mission to educate as many people as possible on proper care and health management.

Posted by Community Admin on Mar 28, 2016 9:24 AM America/New_York