MGFA Northeast Ohio Area Support Groups
MGFA Northeast Ohio Area Support Groups
We are here for you! Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been managing MG for a while now, we want to welcome you to our community. Here you will find our latest newsletters, down-loadable webinars and other good information about how to manage your MG. Check out our weekly ZOOM MG Support Group Meetings below:
June is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month
To help celebrate June MG Awareness Month, we will be having our annual ice cream social+ a little early.
Saturday June 25, 2022
1– 4 pm
Pipefitters Local 120 Hall
6305 Halle Dr, Cleveland, OH 44125
ADULT MG MEETINGS -
Every Thursday (except if it is the 5th Thursday) at 3:00 pm ET.
Parents of Children with MG Meetings
Next Meeting - Saturday, June 11th at 2:00 pm ET
NOTE: Meeting invitations may be found in this month's newsletter - Look under the Monthly Newsletter Tab above and choose the latest version
Parents of MG KIDS, look under the MG KIDS tab above and scroll down to Newsletters or you may email me at email@example.com to receive the sign-on code for the meeting, Hope to see you there! - Rebecca
Our west side of Cuyahoga County support group meets on the second Saturday of the month except for September, November and December. Due to the recent Covid-19 crises, the CDC is now recommending that all gatherings for people over 60 and those immunocompromised be postponed or cancelled until further notice
Our eastside of Cuyahoga County support group meets on the third Saturday of every month except for September, November and December. Due to the recent Covid-19 crises, the CDC is now recommending that all gatherings for people over 60 and those immunocompromised be postponed or cancelled until further notice
At our Lorain county support group, we meet on the third Thursday of the month at Sugarcreek Restaurant located at 5196 Detroit Rd, Sheffield, OH 44035 in the Sheffield Plaza from 1:00—3:00 pm. NOTE: Due to the recent Covid-19 crises, the CDC is now recommending that all gatherings for people over 60 and those immunocompromised be postponed or cancelled until further notice
Zoom is an online platform developed to enable multiple people to see and hear each other in a meeting setting. The only equipment you actually need to participate is a phone with long distance capabilities. However in order to get the full experience, a computer, tablet, or smart phone is best.
Did you know that our Zoom meetings are now more secure?
Every meeting is now protected with a password.
To join us just click on the link below each meeting listed on page one of the monthly newsletter. Each meeting has a unique code so the meeting on week one will NOT be the same as week two, etc. If you misplace this newsletter, don’t worry, I’ll send out the new meeting info every week before the meeting. Please allow enough time for the code to be sent, by registering at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Especially if you are joining for the first time. After you register with your name and email, You will be sent a clickable meeting link and an ID and password via the email you provide.
Joining a Zoom meeting is easy. Just click on the link in the email. You may be asked to download the app. Then the meeting appears on your computer, laptop, ipad, tablet, or similar device, or smart phone.
NOTE: Please insure that your device has a working camera and microphone.
Don’t have any of these? No problem. You can still join the meeting by calling in using one of the phone numbers that will be sent to you following your registration. Can’t register? Call me and I’ll give you the call-in info. Rebecca 216-218-0477. Please leave a detailed message as I often don’t hear my phone ring.
I hope you will join us on our next call. While nothing is as good as meeting in person, until that can happen, this is a good substitute. Hope to see you at our next Zoom meeting.
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