Idiopathic Hypersomnia

I’m so honored to be a keynote speaker at Health:Further Summit in Nashville, TN on August 23-24, where I’ll join the stage with industry leaders to talk innovation and advanced solutions for the biggest issues facing healthcare. For this audience of healthcare executives and innovators, I’ll debut a new speech called, In Sickness or Health? Breaking Down Barriers […]

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Recently, I traveled to Atlanta to speak at the Hypersomnia Conference 2015. The conference featured a great variety of support groups and fantastic presentations by medical leaders, educational experts, patient advocates and a disabilities attorney. Uniquely, the conference also included hypersomnia, narcolepsy and KLS speakers and attendees, so we could share and learn from each […]

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Happy Sleep Week, friends! This National Sleep Awareness Week, I can’t wait for Project Sleep’s first-ever international SLEEP IN (#SLEEPIN2015). On March 6-8, we will be taking to our beds to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders while fundraising for Project Sleep. Let’s make PEACE with SLEEP! Sign up today: www.crowdrise.com/SLEEPIN Full details: www.project-sleep.com/sleepin I truly cannot […]

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My boyfriend and I speak in spoons. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read The Spoon Theory by Christine Miserandino now. Seriously, stop everything and visit: http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/. Alex has been really supportive of my narcolepsy from day one. We quickly fell into great routines for managing my excessive sleepiness and cataplexy. Yet, my narcolepsy is so much more than […]

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Speaking at the Hypersomnia Conference 2015

by julie on December 16, 2014

I’m thrilled to be a featured speaker at the Hypersomnia Foundation’s Annual Conference on Fri. July 17 – Sat. July 18, 2015 at Emory Conference Center Hotel in Atlanta, GA. Join us: http://bit.ly/2015HSFConference. I will present two sessions, one sharing my inspiring journey from hiding my narcolepsy to becoming a vocal advocate and a second session on communicating about sleepiness. […]

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