My goal is to educate people about the critical importance of regular colonoscopy exams through my own experiences. The initial productions will be produced this week during my surgery and treatment at Mt Sinai in New York City. Overtime, I will update this cosmos as I engage in a fight against a rare tumor disease that I know today to be low grade appendiceal mucinous neoplasm (LAMN). MoreLess
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Location: New York, NY 10024, USA
I have been diagnosed with ASD within the past couple of years. I spent most of my life (since puberty) believing that there was something "wrong" with me. Trying to lead a normal life, I acquired extreme Social Anxiety Disorder along the way, and I have been treated with prescription drugs to help with the disorder since 1995. It will be twenty years this coming Spring that I have been taking medication for acute anxiety, social anxiety, and panic disorder. Although, my psychiatrist and I have attempted many times to wean off of the medications, those attempts were not successful. I endeavor to be medicine-free so that I may fully use what is to me now the "gift" of Autism. I feel optimistic. I know that there is nothing "wrong" with me. I am simply wired differently, and I process external and internal stimuli differently than others. MoreLess
Location: East Liverpool, Ohio
I am a young filmmaker trying to make her way in New York City. Health wise I definitely need to find ways to get more in shape. But I am proud that I have made it to NYC attending NYU's Film School. MoreLess
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Our organization focuses on best practices and producing exceptional outcomes for children while providing equally exceptional career choices for professionals seeking therapy opportunities in school-based and early intervention services MoreLess