Solve M.E. Announces 2020 ME/CFS Advocacy Week Virtual Transition in Response to COVID-19
Solve M.E. Advocacy Week activities this April in Washington, D.C., will be transitioning to entirely remote formats and our team will be cancelling in-person events to protect and preserve the health of our ME/CFS community.
Our keystone event, ME/CFS Advocacy Day, brings our ME/CFS research and advocacy community face-to-face with members of Congress. We are pleased to announce that Advocacy Day congressional meetings will STILL take place on Tuesday, April 21 by remote online and phone systems.
What does this mean for you?
- If you are already registered to attend, we recommend you cancel your travel and hotel arrangements. You will need to re-register using a new system (coming soon!).
- If you were already unable to travel to DC, this is great news! You can participate remotely by registering in our new upcoming system.
- Our EmPOWER M.E. event, “Navigating Public and Private Disability Insurance,” will still take place, but at a different time. Sign up to Livestream the EmPOWER M.E. from your computer or tablet at: http://go.solvecfs.org/e/192652/forms-z2f4asi1a3ytiu-/24242w/150188454?h=_d1EdpaojwpBwCjJ-kzvjcW6I5LVyg0onmSX9yaKu60
- The “Solving M.E. Together” Advocacy training will be transitioned to an online Webinar at a new time. A registration link will be emailed in the coming weeks.
Stay tuned for more updates as we transition to online events. If you have any questions, please email our team at SolveCFS@SolveCFS.org
For the latest news and updates, visit www.MEAdvocacyWeek.com