Baby Steps Toward Self Empowerment

Pact blog writer Jim Sliney shares his advice and knowledge on how to plan for the unplannable. Every person with gastroparesis knows that at any moment things can get bad. When things get bad, they get expensive. That lingering fear of “when is the other shoe going to drop” is probably one of the greatest … Continue reading Baby Steps Toward Self Empowerment

Important Parenthood Preparations When You Have a Disability

When you have a disability or chronic illness, sometimes the idea of having a child can be overwhelming and even feel impossible. For those of us who are able, but struggle to feel prepared, Jackie Waters has compiled a some ideas to help ease the transition into parenthood. When your baby arrives, life will change … Continue reading Important Parenthood Preparations When You Have a Disability

Gastroparesis Registry

If you’re like many gastroparesis patients, when you first got ill you visited your doctor or an ER trying to find out what was wrong and come up with a plan to feel better.  Unfortunately, even though your symptoms may have pointed to gastroparesis, doctors don’t normally think of it.   Those that do might ask … Continue reading Gastroparesis Registry