Watch Now: Healthcare Providers with Narcolepsy

What’s it like to be a healthcare provider living with narcolepsy?

A physician’s assistant, an occupational therapist, and a student pursuing a Masters in Social Work talk about living with narcolepsy, a chronic neurological condition that is often misunderstood and under-recognized, even in the healthcare field.

This video features:

  • Kenya Gradnigo, (student pursing Masters in Social Work)
  • Diana, PA-C (physician assistant)
  • Laurie Braswell, OTR/L (occupational therapist)

Topics discussed:

  • Narcolepsy symptoms and diagnosis
  • Coping with narcolepsy in school
  • Entering the healthcare field
  • Setting proper boundaries and finding coping mechanisms in real-world work settings
  • Navigating a career path that works best for each person

About this Video Series:

This is Part III of a series of three videos featuring healthcare providers living with narcolepsy created by Project Sleep. During the unprecedented global pandemic of 2020, Project Sleep is proud to highlight the stories of healthcare providers with narcolepsy. Subscribe to our channel & please share!

Watch Parts I and II:

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