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April FA Hangout 2019

April HangoutThis month's topic is, "The importance of FA friendships." It will be led by RJ and Allie. Come hang out!

When: Join us the April 23rd or the 24th at 8-9:30 PM. Hangouts will be held on the last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday of the month, (except for holidays and the like) at 8-9:30 pm EST each of the two days.

How: Email fahangouts@gmail.com to sign up or ask questions. FA Hangouts do fill up. It is first come, first served. So, the earlier you sign up, the more likely you are to get the date and time you want. Lately, all our hangouts have been filling up. If you signed up and can't make it, please let us know so we can give the slot to someone else.

Read more: April FA Hangout 2019

Teen Hangout - March 2019

March Teen HangoutJoin the FARA Ambassadors for a hangout for teenagers, 13-19, with ataxia (of any form). FA Teen Hangouts are hour-long web-based video chats for the entire group of participants! If someone doesn't have ataxia, they are not allowed to participate in the hangout. At each Hangout, there will be at least three adult FARA Ambassadors present, helping to keep the conversation safe and going.

The Theme: "FA Advocacy." We will talk about what it means to advocate for FA, some ways to do it, and some experiences we had doing that! Since this is just a relaxed conversation...the theme is a great foundation for the Hangout, but we don't always stick to it!

When: Thursday, March 28th, 8-9 PM ET (The hangout opens 30 minutes early to try to work out technical issues. Please remember we are volunteers, not IT professionals! Come early if you've never attended a hangout on WebEX before.)

Read more: Teen Hangout - March 2019

Teen Hangout - February 2019

February Teen HangoutJoin the FARA Ambassadors for a hangout for teenagers, 13-19, with ataxia (of any form). FA Teen Hangouts are hour-long web-based hangouts. If you don't have ataxia, you are not allowed to participate in the hangout. There will also be at least three adult FARA Ambassadors present. The adults will be there to help keep the conversation safe and going. This hangout will be led by teen Kate Walker.

The theme: Fitness and ataxia. What motivates you? What do you do? Do you want to learn what others do? It is just a relaxed conversation...the theme gets us going, but we definitely don't stick to it!

Read more: Teen Hangout - February 2019

February FA Hangout 2019

February HangoutThis month's hangout topic is "What Do You Do to relax?" Lake will lead this hangout event, with RJ at her side.

When: Join us the February 26th or the 27th 8-9:30 PM. Hangouts will be held on the last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday of the month, (except for holidays and the like) at 8-9:30pm EST each of the two days.

How: Email fahangouts@gmail.com to sign up or ask questions. FA Hangouts do fill up. It is first come, first served. So, the earlier you sign up, the more likely you are to get the date and time you want. Lately, all our hangouts have been filling up. If you signed up and can't make it, please let us know so we can give the slot to someone else.

Read more: February FA Hangout 2019

Teen Hangout - January 2019

January teen hangoutJoin the FARA Ambassadors for a hangout for teenagers, 13-19, with ataxia (of any form). FA Teen Hangouts are hour-long web-based hangouts. If you don't have ataxia, you are not allowed to participate in the hangout. There will also be at least three adult FARA Ambassadors present. The adults will be there to help keep the conversation safe and going.

The theme will be: How do you want what you do to reflect what you value in 2019? For example: Do you value adventures? If so, what is your next adventure? Is being kind important to you? If so, what does that look like to you, smiling at others more often, etc? We will also talk about what living our values means for our group.

Read more: Teen Hangout - January 2019
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