Supporting Siblings of Individuals with Duchenne

March 23, 2023 1:00PM

Join Jett Foundation’s Community Webinar Series on March 23 at 1PM EST as we welcome Dr. Natalie Truba of Nationwide Children’s Hospital for a presentation and discussion on support for siblings of individuals with Duchenne, as well as managing jealousy, grief, and more while in a space of children who develop without Duchenne.

Supporting Siblings of Individuals with Duchenne
Thursday, March 23, 2023 | 1:00PM – 2:00PM EST

Dr. Natalie Truba, Attending Psychologist, Nationwide Children's Hospital

Guest Speaker

Dr. Natalie Truba earned her Ph.D. with emphasis in Clinical Psychology from Western Michigan University in 2016. She completed an APA accredited Psychology Internship through the Wright State University School of Professional Psychology/Dayton Children’s Hospital. Following internship, Dr. Truba completed Fellowship training in pediatric critical care at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She is currently employed as an attending Psychologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and is primarily responsible for the inpatient psychological/behavioral health care needs of patients managed by Complex Care, Neuromuscular and/or Physical Medicine/Rehab teams.

Community Webinar Series - Better preparing for challenges in Duchenne

Our Community Webinar Series is focused on ensuring that our Duchenne community is better prepared for those unexpected moments, challenging medical decisions, and difficult stages when on a Duchenne journey.

No one ever expects Duchenne and there is no correct way to tackle a diagnosis, but we can always better prepare. This webinar series is an opportunity to equip yourself with more knowledge, resources, and tools for those real-life, often unanticipated, scenarios.

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