Here are the things you should do before Monday to support this great event:
- Sign up for email updates at Invisible Illness Week so you can get updates and a great ebook with ideas for living a great life despite your chronic illness: Invisible Illness Week.
- Register to attend the virtual event: Invisible Illness Week: Register.
- Sign up to attend the event at the Facebook page (sounds redundant, but helps spread the word): Invisible Illness Week 2010 Facebook Event Page.
- Follow Invisible Illness Week on Twitter: @invisibleillwk & tweet about the conference (use the hashtag #iiwk10).
- Tell other people about what your life is like by doing the 30 things meme: 30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know. Post it on your blog or Facebook page or anywhere you can reach people to create awareness. You can read mine from last year here: 30 Things You May Not Know About My Invisible Illnesses.
- Become a fan of Invisible Illness Week on Facebook: Invisible Illness Week.
- Join the Facebook Group: Invisible Illness Week Facebook Group.
- Add Invisible Illness Week as a friend on MySpace: National Chronic Invisible Illness Week.
Finally, and most importantly, on Monday at 10:30 am Pacific Time (12:30 pm Central Time, 1:30 pm Eastern Time) go to the Blog Talk Radio Invisible Illness Week link to listen to the first seminar: Invisible Illness Week Conferece: Blog Talk Radio. An awesome group of speakers will be participating, so don't miss out! 2010 Invisible Illness Week Speakers.
To learn more about Invisible Illness Week and the founder Lisa Copen, read my interview with her from last year at this time: Interview with Invisible Illness Week Founder Lisa Copen. She's a remarkably generous, kind and spirited person.
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Content by Diana E. Lee.DISCLAIMER: Nothing on this site constitutes medical or legal advice. I am a patient who is engaged and educated and enjoys sharing my experiences and news about migraines, pain and depression. Please consult your own health care providers for advice on your unique situation.