Working With Lupus

Working with lupus takes work! Learn more from the PatientsLikeMe.com community!

Learn about your rights and options for sharing your #diagnosis with your employer and taking leave: https://t.co/hKCFwJhoyX @thelupusliar pic.twitter.com/YNHluCbFvH — PatientsLikeMe (@patientslikeme) July 28, 2017

An LD Success Story: My Little Brother Knew Better (LDASC 2015 Newsletter Excerpt)

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, students with disabilities are at-risk when it comes to being a high school graduate. To the world’s surprise, Brian graduated with a ‘regular’ high school diploma in 2001. As a family, we always watched as he marched to his own pomp and circumstance. And his march didn’t […]

You ‘May’ Click Into Action Now!

May is Lupus Awareness Month. It is so wonderful that many of us are now taking notice of a complicated and perplexed disease such as lupus. I am so proud of everyone and anyone who has taken it upon themselves to support friends, family, and the community by participating in lupus awareness activities. The proclamations obtained in various counties, walks throughout the state, support groups and other lupus awarness achievements are beyond gold!Ribbon_Lupus_Advocacy

So what do we do now? We may need to consider our end results. Utilizing our social media options–such as Facebook Likes, tweets, and tumblr to create and ‘click’ is encouraging. But, we need to move a few more steps further. We can start with the same clicks! We need you to take your ‘Likes’ a step further. I challenge all of our lupus warriors, survivors, caregivers and supporters to make one more click towards legislative action. We know lupus is here and real in the state of South Carolina. Yet,