Be your own advocate

An African-American woman living with primary immunodeficiency and a bearded African-American man sit on a couch, smiling as they speak to a female doctor

About this program

You might have been encouraged to be your own advocate—and wondered exactly what that means. An advocate is a person who supports a cause. What cause are you supporting? You’re advocating for YOU, someone living with primary immunodeficiency (PI).

Learn practical steps for becoming your own advocate—like doing your research, talking to doctors, tracking your health, expecting the unexpected, and more. Own an active role in your healthcare. You can do it!

I love this program! It really digs into how we can each partner with our healthcare provider to feel heard, and ultimately share in making decisions.
  • RECOMMENDED FOR
    People living with PI and their care partners
  • RUNNING TIME
    60 minutes
  • MATERIALS PROVIDED
    Workbook, PDF summary

Upcoming dates

  • TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM ET
    NOV
    01

    Be your own advocate

    Research. Talk. Track. Anticipate. Step by step, you can do it!

    TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM ET
    DEC
    13

    Be your own advocate

    Research. Talk. Track. Anticipate. Step by step, you can do it!

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