Healthline programmes

Let’s get involved!

So, Healthline contacted me about some programmes that they are running (this was a while ago so I must apologise for being so late to write about them!!!)

#pselfie
Evvvvvvvvvvvverryyonnneee loves a good selfie these days so they have created a hashtag for all those with psoriasis to get involved and take a selfie of themselves and upload it to Instagram, Twitter or onto their page. They didn’t state that it needs to be showing off your psoriasis, it could just be of you! However, if you want to show it off…then do J

Upload the photos to this web-link and for each photo uploaded they will donate $10 to the National Psoriasis Foundation.


You’ve got this
This programme is a collection of videos that are submitted by those living with psoriasis to give encouragement and words of wisdom to others.

Upload the photos to this web-link and for each photo uploaded they will donate $10 to the National Psoriasis Foundation.

Words you should know
This is a wonderful list of words that those suffering with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis should know. They are put into an interactive visual that explains each word as you hover over it. This is particularly helpful if you are new to the conditions or if you need an explanation of how you might be feeling.

Click here to see the word map for yourself.

Please get involved and participate in some of these programmes; the more people who get involved then the more community there is – it’s always good to know you are not alone and just knowing that there are others out there who share the same condition as you is really comforting. 

Also, for everyone that gets involved; there is money donated to our foundation!! The more money that we can raise, the better the research becomes. So get snapping!!!


#GoTakeAPselfie 

Comments

  1. Yes, you are right. Many people who got this disease for the first time the first question which strike in their mind is, what is psoriasis ? But there nothing serious about this disease because this is curable disease and you can manage psoriasis by taking its treatment. This chronic disease, there may be a time when your psoriasis symptoms get better if you take your treatment on correct timing .

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