Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group

This group works to provide a safe setting for sharing our Peripheral Neuropathy problems. We seek to develop information on our neurological systems (interrelationships of brains, central nervous systems, and muscular peripherals) and to explore current research which may lead to treatment improvements. All are welcome.

We meet the 4th Thursday of the month, from 3:00pm-4:00pm in the MST Chesapeake Room.  The September 28th meeting will start at 3:30pm instead of the normal 3:00pm and will be a discussion of Sharing our Peripheral Neuropathy Stories.

For more information, contact Almeda Girod or James David.  Their contact information can be found in the Resident Directory, online at MyErickson or at your front desk.

Presentation Slides and Handouts

A selection of handouts and videos from recent group meetings are available on the Neuropathy Handouts Page.

Links to Useful Websites and Articles

From the Mind, Mood, and Memory newsletter.
“5 Reasons You May Need to See a Neurologist”

Brain and Life magazine, a free publication of the Academy of Neurology –

Free podcasts and Brain Disease Webinars –