Support Groups

Hands Circling Hummingbird

We offer a variety of support groups for our MOG-AD Community. Support groups help us connect to others who have similar experiences.  So many find comfort in simply sharing their overall journeys as well as offering insight into many aspects of managing their health including how they solved problems getting the right treatment to stabilize their disease, the best way to navigate insurance and how to choose the right doctor, just to mention a few.

 

We offer a variety of support groups – all virtual through Zoom. Join one today!

What we offer

Lil Hummingbird Nest

Hosted by our Support Group Leaders, Dawn and Brian Groves, this virtual meeting over Zoom is designed to bring together parents of kids with MOG-AD.  Learn more about the Groves here.

June 7, 2022 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

This is a wonderful way to connect with other parents and caregivers of our little Moggies!  The Groves hold an informative and wonderful recurring meeting the first Tuesday of every other month and there is always something to learn from each other. Feel free to share your experience or just listen.

Since this meeting is a bi-monthly recurring meeting, you will need to register only once using the REGISTER button below.

Save the link for future meetings.  Keep the link to jump into each meeting whenever you can!  If you lose the link, we will email a reminder prior to the next meeting.  If you want to be removed from the reminder list, just let us know at info@mogproject.org

Wings of Hope presents Lifting the MOG Fog a support group for young adults 18-30. Meeting Bi-Weekly

Hosted by our Support Group Leader Becca Salky, this US-based support group meeting held virtually over Zoom is open to patients 18-30 years of age. Learn more about Becca here.

May 16, 2022 at 5:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join us for this recurring meeting every other Monday evening at 5:45 PM Easter Standard Time (US and Canada)! 

This virtual meeting over Zoom is a great place to get together and talk about the issues that younger adults face, leaning on each other for support.

Since this meeting is a bi-weekly recurring meeting, you will need to register only once using the REGISTER button below.

Save the link for future meetings.  If you want to be removed from the reminder list, just let us know at info@mogproject.org

Wings of Hope presents MOG Sloggers: Finding Our Way Together. A support group for adults over 18

Hosted by a revolving group of members of our MOG Squad, including our Executive Director Julia Lefelar, Director of Blind Resources Andrea Mitchell and MOG Project Champion Lisa Kovanda.  As are all of our meetings, this is held virtually over Zoom, and this US-based support group meeting is open to patients 18+ years of age. Read more about the support group leaders here.

May 17, 2022 at 7:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join us for this recurring meeting every third Tuesday evening of the month at 7:45 PM Easter Time (US and Canada)!

This virtual meeting over Zoom is a great place to get together and navigate through everything MOG-AD together.

Since this meeting is a monthly recurring meeting, you will need to register only once using the REGISTER button below.

Save the link for future meetings.  Keep the link to jump into each meeting whenever you can!  If you lose the link, we will email a reminder prior to the next meeting.  If you want to be removed from the reminder list, just let us know at info@mogproject.org

Special Visit by Dr. May Han - MUST REGISTER!

April 23, 2022 at 1 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

We are excited to welcome Dr. May Han for a special visit that you must register separately for.

This special virtual meeting over Zoom gives you the opportunity to engage with Dr. May Han and ask questions.  Join this important discussion and learn from this amazing, generous expert from our Medical Advisory Board.  Read about Dr. Han here.

 

Don't see a group that might be a good fit for you?
Consider starting your own by contacting us at info@mogproject.org.