Social in the Medical Center Houston, Tx – Next Week!

Posted: September 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

20140218-115755.jpgJoin us as we welcome some of our out of town families who will be in Houston!  

This event is for teens/young adults and their caregivers with dysautonomia and other life-changing hidden chronic illnesses.  

When & Where:  Tuesday September 9, 2014 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center 6411 Fannin St Houston, TX 77030

In the hospital location:  Memorial Hermann Hospital Cafeteria

1st floor, Robertson Pavilion

(*Feel free to go get your dinner first, then join us at the table)

 **Update:  Heads Up! We just found out the regular Hermann Cafe is under construction. So they moved it temporarily to a makeshift cafeteria in Memorial Hermann basement, Hermann pavillion, As long as they have tables we can sit at, we do not mind being in the basement : )

RSVP Please so we can make sure to save you a spot!  RSVP at:  info@mikshiddenhearts.org

And don’t forget to ORDER TODAY to gift yourself with our “Fall to Fly” shirt, then because of your order, we will send one to a Hidden Teen Hope Kit recipient AND donate 20% to our good friends at Lamb Foundation for Dysautonomia Research.  Orders accepted through Sept 15!  Place your order here!

Fall to Fly Sept 2014 Promotion

 


Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement and hope to homebound and hospitalized teens and young adults who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses through social outreach, Hope Kits, Hospital Teen Program and Dysautonomia Awareness.  #dysautonomia #chronicillness #Hope4DysTeens #TheHidden Dysautonomia Teens

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