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Lupus Awareness Month Giving

Lupus Awareness Month Giving

Donate $50 and receive a purple jewelry set (US only).

Deadline, May 31st, 2021.

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Help Erase Lupus – WALK / RUN / RIDE

Help Erase Lupus – WALK / RUN / RIDE

Join me to raise funds and help the efforts of The Labalaba Foundation as we advocate for and support those suffering from lupus, affecting over
five million people worldwide.

  1. Sign up and pledge your support!
  2. Engage others to join you
  3. Wear purple / Walk Run or Ride
  4. Post photo on social media
  5. Tag The Labalaba Foundation
  6. Receive completion certificate

Register here:
https://forms.gle/gHhuxQag7Knn77Qe8

Donate today!
Naira: The Labalabafoundation
Union bank: 0091523728
Contact: Joy Green (813) 967-6417
labalabafoundation@gmail.com

USD:
https://paypal.me/pools/c/8z3
M24PQWL

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Doctors ON AIR – Topic ‘Lupus’

Doctors ON AIR – Topic ‘Lupus’

Our guest doctor is Dr. Ayesha Akinkugbe, Consultant Dermatologist, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), 12th May, 2021.

Station
Classic Fm 97.3 Naija Fm 102.7

Time
8:00-8:30am
8:45-9:10am

Join us immediately after the show at 8:30am on ZOOM to ask your questions.

Listen Online
https://onlineradiobox.com/ng/classicfm/
https://www.classic97.net/listen-live

Link: bit.ly/DocOnAirQandA or go to www.doctorsonair.com.ng & click on the zoom link

Facebook: @doctorsonairng @doctorsonairng
Instagram: @doctorsonairng
Twitter: @doctorsonair_ng
Website: www.doctorsonair.com.ng

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Better Together: Connecting Lupus Healthcare with Education

Better Together: Connecting Lupus Healthcare with Education

It is the Labalaba Foundation virtual 4th annual world Lupos day health Symposium with the theme “Better together: Connecting healthcare with education.

Date: 10th May 2021
5pm WAT / 12pm EST

Zoom Webinar
ID: 823 9406 9257
Passcode: 833791

Facebook LIVE
facebook.com/thelabalaba

Host

  1. Chisa Nosamiefan

  2. Dr Ayesha Akinkugbe


Speakers

  1. Prof.Femi Adelowo, MBBS PWACP, FRCP NSR President.

  2. Mrs. Bridget Itsueli, Chairperson, Relate Africa.

  3. Dr. Samuel Ajayi, Consultant Physician/Nephrologist, UCH, Ibadan, Nigeria.

  4. Dr. Imina Nosamiefan, CEO, MedSapient.

  5. Dr. Uyi Ima-Edomwonyi, MBBS FMCP Consultant Rheumatologist LUTH.

  6. Dr. Brittany Weber M.D., PhD, Cardiologist, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.

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THINK LUPUS

THINK LUPUS

Think Lupus Campaign offers training to primary healthcare professionals – doctors, nurses, social workers, and clinics.

This is to sensitize them to symptoms of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and encourage the testing and consideration of a lupus diagnosis sooner.

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LUPUS EDUCATION AND AWARENESS

LUPUS EDUCATION AND AWARENESS

The foundation facilitates lupus educational workshops and seminars in schools, community organizations, religious houses of worship, etc.

This is to sensitize the general public, raise awareness and foster early detection of lupus in order to bring about quicker diagnosis and fewer fatalities in patients.

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THE PILL BOX

THE PILL BOX

The Pill Box program is a prescription assistance program addressing the dire situation where too many lupus patients in Nigeria are unable to afford their medication and as a result ration their medications or go without them, potentially leading to aggressive lupus complications.

The goal of this program is to keep lupus patients on their medication and stable.

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EMPOWERED TO THRIVE

EMPOWERED TO THRIVE

The foundation hosts seminars and online support group meetings where lupus patients learn more about how to cope with the disease.

We also provide social and emotional support by creating a safe space and an understanding community to help lupus patients live healthier.

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THE FRANK TALK

THE FRANK TALK

This program is targeted at caregivers of lupus patients like spouses, parents, etc, and provides the opportunity through roundtable meetings for support and discussions on the unique challenges these caregivers face on a daily basis. Some of the topics covered are finances and career, relationships, intimacy, raising children, therapy and many more relevant topics.

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FREE INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELING

FREE INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELING

Lupus is a debilitating disease and it affects so many areas of the patient’s life; the challenges are often very stressful and overwhelming. Counselling provides the much-needed tools for coping with emotional and mental challenges.

Relate Africa has a team of highly qualified professionals and has partnered with The Labalaba Foundation (TLF) to provide free counselling for lupus patients and their families.