Tag: HAchat recap


Recapping Invisible Illness Week

You may have noticed that we did something a little different during last week’s #HAChat. #HAChat and #HARoundtable have combined forces to bring you a new and improved #HAChat 2.0.  We brought a group of fabulous ladies from the Invisible Illness community together for a live discussion while also hosting our weekly twitter chat. The…

#HAchat Recap: A Beginner’s Guide to Caregiving

We’re sure you remember the day you became a caregiver.  Whether as a new parent or as a parent with a child living with a chronic illness/behavioral disorder/learning disability, or as a caregiver to a family member/loved one/spouse - the feeling is the same. Where do you start? What do you do with all of…

HAchat Recap: Parenting & Mental Health

unxpctdblessing: When you have a mental illness, all too often, Happiness is NOT a choice, it's something for which we fight   For this week’s #HAChat, we were very fortunate to have Lauren Hale, founder of My Postpartum Voice and the #PPDChat, as our guest host.  In my attempts to introduce Lauren in this recap,…

#HAchat Recap: Advocating is Communication with Heart

MO_StoreATooth: Advocating is COMMUNICATION with heart #hachat   Image credit: rachel_pics on Flickr It starts with a diagnosis.  Maybe you’re at the doctor’s office with your child, or sitting at the kitchen table with your spouse. It starts with the realization that the life you had originally envisioned for that person you love isn’t going…

HAchat Recap: Creating a Culture of Care – Hosted by Robert Green

To wrap up July’s focus on IRL Health Activism, we had a very special #HAChat yesterday, hosted by @HealthcareNovel Robert Green.  Green focused the discussion on the reality of communication between patients and the clinic.  Communication is the crux of any relationship, but it becomes especially important when it comes to communicating your needs as…

Guest Post: Participatory Medicine for Health Activists

We have a really incredible guest post today based on an exciting #HAchat we held back in May on the relationship between doctors and patients. This topic (healthcare relationships) is always going to be one of the most important ones we cover because, as the words of WEGO Health CEO Jack Barrette, "This is our…
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