Neuroscience Expo: Navigating Work and Disability With Migraine



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Caitlin Zoeller, social worker specializing in MS, stroke and ALS, Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Centers, and Sam Schad, Social Security Disability specialist, discuss navigating work and disability among those who suffer from migraine. Topics include:
- When to speak to your employer about your chronic illness
- FMLA – what is it and when to take it
- Americans with Disabilities Act
This presentation was a part of the Norton Neuroscience Institute Neuro Expo an annual event that presents and discusses innovations in medical developments for various neurological disorders. Each presentation is designed to provide those facing a neurological condition, their caregivers and family with education to enhance a patient’s quality of life. To learn more about the Neuro Expo go to nortonhealthcare.com/neuroexpo.

Established in early 2009, Norton Neuroscience Institute is the region’s leading provider of neurological care. The multidisciplinary comprehensive program has more than 110 subspecialty fellowship-trained neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuropsychologists and advanced practice providers. These specialists are trained to provide patients and their families with advanced treatment for complex neurological disorders, including ALS; aneurysms; brain tumors; epilepsy; headache and concussion; memory and dementia disorders, movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease; multiple sclerosis; pediatric neurosurgery; spinal injuries and disorders; stroke; and more. Learn more or connect with our team: https://nortonhealthcare.com/services-and-conditions/neurosciences/
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