Accessibility to Care During COVID-19

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Join Us Next Friday for a Virtual Town Hall

With many Americans directed to shelter in place during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may have a lot of questions on how to receive care from home, especially for loved ones with neurologic conditions and epilepsy.

How does telehealth work?

Can I continue to participate in clinical trials?

Will I be able to refill my prescriptions?

To address these issues, the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance is partnering with the Child Neurology Foundation and Dup15q Alliance to co-host a Joint Virtual Town Hall on Friday, April 10.


Accessibility to Care During COVID-19

Friday, April 10, 2020
4 pm Eastern | 3 pm Central | 2 pm Mountain | 1 pm Pacific

Plan now to join the Child Neurology Foundation, Dup15q Alliance and
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance for this free 1-hour online presentation
including an open question-and-answer period.

Elizabeth Jalazo, MD
University North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Managing Pediatric Care Through Telehealth
Charuta N. Joshi, MD
Children’s Hospital Colorado

Managing Adult Care Through Telehealth
Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD
Herscot Center for TSC, Massachusetts General Hospital

Conducting Clinical Research and Trials Through Telehealth 
Shafali Jeste, MD
Center for Autism Research and Treatment, UCLA

Managing Medication: The Role of a Nurse Coordinator
Jessica Krefting, BSN, RN
University of Alabama Birmingham

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If you’d like to submit questions prior to the Virtual Town Hall, you can do so when you register.

For all of our resources on COVID-19, visit

And if you need support for any reason, please don’t hesitate to call us at 800-225-6872.



Apr 10 2020


4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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