People from all over the country and the world responded to RSDSA’s
recent e-mail regarding volunteering with CRPS, and confirmed what I had
suspected: people with CRPS might experience physical limitations, but are
unlimited in their energy and desire to
be part of the world. These responses
were as varied and unique as the paths
of CRPS. Underlying each response
was the common need to interact, to be
of assistance, and to put something or
someone ahead of their CRPS—even if
only for a few moments.
From the plethora of unique ideas, the
possibilities seem endless! These
testimonials are an excerpt from our
upcoming brochure on giving back.
Take Flight With Hope: Stories of Hope and Transformation
This brochure offers an array of patient stories, and as Executive Director Jim Broatch, MSW, writes "People make changes, they move forward, they live lives they never imagined they could or would. CRPS brings huge losses, but, as you will read, there are significant gains as well." Single copies are available free for our members. Additional copies are available for $2 (members) and $3 (non-members).