Makeup Workshops for MS people

by COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS & CANCER INC.
Makeup Workshops for MS people

Summary

Multiple Sclerosis is a serious condition that comes with a variety of signs and symptoms, often different for each person. But about half of people with MS share a common condition: depression. Although MS-related depression is well-known in the medical community, it is still widely underreported, under diagnosed and undertreated. There are also several misconceptions surrounding MS and depression. For that reason we want to start to create makeup workshop for MS people.

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Challenge

Half of people with MS share a common condition: depression. It is very important to make different activities to support the patients.

Solution

Interacting with family and friends is important, but so is spending time with others who are living with the same challenges is more important. People with MS can find support, understanding, and often helpful tips from others who have multiple sclerosis. That why we want to coordinate this workshops.

Long-Term Impact

With these workshops, people can increase their self-esteem and each one of them feel beautiful and keep themselves settled so that they can help themselves out of the depressions that are happening.

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Organization Information

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS & CANCER INC.

Location: Manati - Puerto Rico
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @VilmarieOcasio
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS & CANCER INC.
Rafael Ocasio
Project Leader:
Rafael Ocasio
Manati, Puerto Rico

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