These resources may be helpful to people living with myositis and their family and friends.
Myositis Care at Hospital for Special Surgery
This video provides a glimpse into the lives of three individuals who live with myositis.
Facebook Live - Myositis Support Group Panel Discussion
Conducted live on Facebook in honor of Myositis Awareness Month, May 1, 2017.
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Donoghue, P.J., & Siegel, M.E. (1992). Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired: living with invisible chronic illness. New York: Norton.
Fennell, Patricia (2001). The chronic illness workbook: strategies and solutions for taking back your life. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Fenton, J. (2003). Living with myositis: facts, feelings, and future hopes. London: Thoughtful Publications.
Miller, J.E. & Miller, J.E. (1995). When you’re ill or incapacitated: 12 things to remember in times of sickness, injury, or disability. Fort Wayne, IN: Willowgreen Publishing.
Miller, James E. (1995). When you’re the caregiver: 12 things to remember when someone you care for is ill or incapacitated. Fort Wayne, IN: Willowgreen Publishing.
Zukerman, E. & Ingelfinger, J.R. (1997). Coping with prednisone*: (*and other cortisone-related medicines): it may work miracles, but how do you handle the side effects? New York: St. Martin’s Press.
HSS offers a number of free programs that reflect our comprehensive approach to care for people with lupus, myositis and rheumatoid arthritis.