Spotlight on: Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Speaker Lizzy Terry’s Three March Presentations

In March of 2019, Rising Voices of Narcolepsy speaker Lizzy Terry delivered three separate presentations. She told her story to:

  • medical students at Indiana University School of Medicine,
  • nursing students at Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis, and
  • the Indiana Narcolepsy Support Group during their Suddenly Sleepy Saturday event!
About Lizzy:

Elizabeth Terry is a lifelong ‘Hoosier’ and Indiana University graduate who never outgrew the horse crazy phase. Diagnosed with narcolepsy while in college three years ago, she recently completed Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program. By sharing her story, she continues to build awareness for this misunderstood neurological condition and encourages others to do the same.

More from Lizzy:

Watch Lizzy’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing event:

Elizabeth Terry’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing Event

Please watch & share! Elizabeth Terry is a lifelong “Hoosier,” Indiana University graduate, and recreational therapist. Diagnosed with narcolepsy while in college in 2015, she became a trained speaker through Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program in 2018. By sharing her story, she continues to build awareness for this misunderstood neurological condition and encourages others to do the same.

Learn more: https://project-sleep.com/rising-voices-of-narcolepsy/

Posted by Project Sleep on Sunday, April 26, 2020

About Rising Voices of Narcolepsy:

To improve public understanding of narcolepsy, Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program trains people with narcolepsy to share their stories through public speaking and writing with local communities, healthcare providers, news outlets, blogs and beyond. Combining the power of real-life stories with expert communication strategies, our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy trained speakers and writers are effectively raising awareness and reducing stigma for all those facing narcolepsy.

Like what you see? Learn about Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program and check out more content—including articles, interviews, podcasts, and more—here.
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