LFSA offers support groups for adults and youths, as well as one-on-one personal support, and bilingual support. The Foundation has an after-hours hotline for patient support. The Foundation also offers emergency medical need assistance.
LFSA offers a Lending Library at the Foundation for patients and their loved ones to increase knowledge and understanding of Lupus. The Foundation also provides Bi-Annual Newsletters and programs designed to assist Lupus patients and their support system.
LFSA partners with the medical and social welfare community to provide speaking engagements for those living with Lupus and their families. The Foundation collaborates with the medical community to promote the exchange of information and improve the standards of diagnosis, care and treatment of Lupus. The Foundation provides referrals for those affected by Lupus and promotes the development and enhancement of health and social welfare services at the local level.
The new LFSA Fall 2017 Magazine is now available for you to view or download from our website. We hope you enjoy this issue, and as always, we welcome your feedback! Click here to download the magazine.
LFSA 2017 Gala a Huge Success! The Lupus Foundation of Southern Arizona 2017 Annual Gala was a huge success! We would like to thank our title sponsor, HealthSouth Hospitals of Tucson, as well as all the evening’s sponsors and attendees. Dr. Ernest Vina from the University of Arizona’s Arthritis Center gave a talk on Current Pharmacologic and Non-Pharmacologic Treatments for Lupus. Mr. Stanley Lehman, who has provided years of support to the LFSA, was our guest of honor. Over 150 …
Join us for the 17th annual Walk the Loop for Lupus! .April 14, 2018 Ramada #10 – Reid Park SW Corner, Country Club & 22nd Street 7:15 AM Registration 7:30 AM Team Photos 8:30 AM 1.05 or 1.95 mile routes. 9:30 AM Refreshments served Awards & raffle How will your donation be used? Your dollars can make a huge difference in the lives of so many: Provide Lupus information/support groups/referrals for newly diagnosed patients Increase Emergency Medical Fund for those in immediate …
I am pretty much housebound due to a number of illnesses including Lupus. Fortunately, the Lupus Newsletter keeps me informed on new medications and drug trials so that I don’t miss out on opportunities.
My kids couldn’t make sense of why I couldn’t do the things I used to. Thanks to the Lupus Foundation library, I was able to explain my condition to my children in a way that they understood.
The Lupus Foundation’s Relaxation Class really helped me learn better techniques for dealing with the pain & stress.